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.
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