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The SEG Wiki is a publicly accessible, editable wiki to all SEG registered users about applied geophysics and the people and technology that support and develop the field. The wiki is maintained by the SEG, membership, registered users, and readers from all over the world.

The goal of the SEG Wiki is: to expand the world’s knowledge of applied geophysics, to provide further details of ("layer") the science itself, and to engage emerging professionals in the field. Robert E. Sheriff's Encyclopedic Dictionary of Applied Geophysics, fourth edition and Oz Yilmaz's Seismic Data Analysis seeded the SEG Wiki with its initial content. We encourage you to read, edit, and enhance the SEG Wiki. Add your layer to the science of applied geophysics today.

Overview of content

SEG's bestselling Robert E. Sheriff's Encyclopedic Dictionary of Applied Geophysics, fourth edition seeded the SEG Wiki with its initial content. This is a valuable, comprehensive reference that is a must for every geophysicist, geologist, explorationist, engineer, energy adviser, economist, and student involved in the field. Seismic Data Analysis, SEG’s highest grossing book, was added shortly thereafter.

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Get recognized! SEG offers annual wiki awards for outstanding member, student member, and Student Chapter based on:

  • Quantity and quality of contributions
  • Extent by which those contributions connect others to SEG and the SEG Wiki
  • Impact of contributions to the SEG Wiki

Students and the SEG Wiki

  • Access to pertinent academic information
  • Interact with peers, professionals, and industry leaders
  • Exhibit your knowledge and showcase your skills
  • Contribute your expertise
  • Challenge your Student Chapter to win the SEG Wiki Award!

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