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== [[Honorable Mention (Geophysics)]] 2010 ==
 
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from the University of Cambridge, and
 
from the University of Cambridge, and
 
joined Western Geophysical as a data
 
joined Western Geophysical as a data
processing geophysicist in 1996, initial-
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processing geophysicist in 1996, initially working in Isleworth, England before
ly working in Isleworth, England before
 
 
transferring to Perth, Australia in 1999,
 
transferring to Perth, Australia in 1999,
 
where he continues to work for Western-
 
where he continues to work for Western-
Geco. His current research interests in-
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Geco. His current research interests include attenuation of noise and multiples
clude attenuation of noise and multiples
 
 
present in seismic data.
 
present in seismic data.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:00, 3 July 2014

Richard Bisley
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Honorable Mention (Geophysics) 2010

William Dragoset, Eric Verschuur, Ian Moore, Richard Bisley received a 2010 Honorable Mention (Geophysics) for their paper A perspective on 3D surface-related multiple elimination.[1]

Biography 2010[2]

Richard Bisley received a B.A. (1994) in natural sciences from the University of Cambridge, and joined Western Geophysical as a data processing geophysicist in 1996, initially working in Isleworth, England before transferring to Perth, Australia in 1999, where he continues to work for Western- Geco. His current research interests include attenuation of noise and multiples present in seismic data.

References

  1. Dragoset, W., et. al. (2010) A perspective on 3D surface-related multiple elimination, Geophysics,75(5):75A245
  2. Contributors, GEOPHYSICS Sep 2010, Vol. 75, No. 5, pp. 75A297-75A300