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  • ...t injects a [[Dictionary:Bubble|Bubble]] of highly compressed air into the water. ...ble, the [[Dictionary:air pressure|air pressure]], and the water depth (or water pressure).
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  • ...R., 1998, Geologic aspects of naturally fractured reservoirs: The Leading Edge, 17, 1667&ndash;1670.</li> Leading Edge, 14, 125&ndash;126.</li>
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  • ...tions of spectral decomposition in reservoir characterization. The Leading Edge, 18(3), 353-360. doi:10.1190/1.1438295</ref>. Figure 1 to the left is a go ...Spectral decomposition and spectral balancing of seismic data. The Leading Edge, 35(2), 176-179. doi:10.1190/tle35020176.1</ref>. 
    15 KB (2,230 words) - 13:58, 12 February 2019
  • == Biography <ref> Proubasta, D. (1982). ”O. S. Petty.” ''The Leading Edge'', 1(7), 16–24.</ref> == ...alt dome. Incredibly their first shot confirmed it. They moved to find the edge. Another dome. The story repeated itself. Overjoyed, they drove to a phone
    27 KB (4,632 words) - 14:15, 17 October 2016
  • (appeared in JULY 1996 THE LEADING EDGE) swimming or drowning in the dark unchartered water," says
    17 KB (2,848 words) - 10:38, 23 February 2015
  • The current state of the Athabasca oil sands using water extraction methods are being reviewed to see if it is the best and most eff ...rate the fine sand from bitumen and the reduction of bitumen froth, reduce water and solids in the content.<ref>TY - JOUR
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  • ...th>v_{2}</math>, as shown in Figure 22. A ray ''BA'' incident on the sharp edge ''B'', according to [[Special:MyLanguage/Huygens’ principle|Huygens’ pr ...the colored patterns generated by ''thin films'' (such as an oil slick on water). Hooke gave the name ''interference'' to this phenomenon. He concluded cor
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  • Source: ''Maurice Ewing'' by Dolores Proubasta, ''The Leading Edge Mar 1991, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 15-20'' much of this page is quoted verbatim ...ce the basement rock off the coast of Virginia in an outcrop almost to the edge of the continental shelf. Their outdated equipment was borrowed from an oil
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  • From ''The Leading Edge.''<ref> (2015). "[http://library.seg.org/doi/pdf/10.1190/tle34010114.1 Memo ...rank and his career can be found in the November 1993 issue of The Leading Edge.
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  • ...''3D edge detection seismic attributes used to map potential conduits for water and methane in deep gold mines in the Witwatersrand basin, South Africa''], * 1974 [http://www.crossref.org/iPage?doi=10.1190%2F1.1440527 ''Effect of water saturation on seismic reflectivity of sand reservoirs encased in shale''],
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  • The Best Paper in ''The Leading Edge'' is selected by the Editorial Board for consideration as a candidate for t == Best Papers in ''The Leading Edge''==
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  • ...cognizes Honorable Mentions in the category of Best Paper in ''The Leading Edge''. ...le36120995.1 "4D DAS VSP as a tool for frequent seismic monitoring in deep water,"] [[Albena Mateeva]], [[Jorge Lopez]], [[David Chalenski]], [[Maria Tatano
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  • ...ngs.<ref>''Memorials''. The family of Eugene (Gene) Brumbaugh. The Leading Edge 34, 3(2015); pp. 338-340 {{doi|10.1190/tle34030338.1}}</ref> Gene is surviv ...s productive sands as compared to a higher velocity in the sands that were water-wet. The sonic tool utilizes the physical principle that when piezoelectric
    31 KB (5,164 words) - 12:55, 17 October 2016
  • ...sref.org/iPage?doi=10.1190%2F1.3503627 ''Out of the past.''] ''The Leading Edge," 75(5), 75A263-75A271. </ref> or so when he became so seriously ill with black water fever that he was
    7 KB (1,188 words) - 10:20, 25 February 2015
  • ..., Ait-Laoussine, N., and Townsend, D. (2000). "Memorials.” ''The Leading Edge,'' 19(10), 1140–1141. {{doi|10.1190/tle19101140.1}}</ref> ...John Crawford<ref> Proubasta, D. (1983). "John Crawford.” ''The Leading Edge'', 2(12), 16–26.</ref>
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  • ...ensure it was fully utilized. The success of Brazil and Petrobras in deep water exploration is living testimony to this effort. ...confirmed and the basis for startup of production of Marlim (in 2500 ft of water) was established, convincing Petrobras that the solution to Brazil's energy
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  • Clark, R. (1984). ”T. I. Harkins.” ''The Leading Edge'', 3(4), 14–18 A report of an oil show in a water well had drawn prospectors to the Darrow dome area in the mid-1920s. Howeve
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  • == Biography <ref> Proubasta, D. (1986). ”Erik Jonsson.” ''The Leading Edge'', 5(6), 14-23[http://library.seg.org/doi/pdf/10.1190/1.1439267]</ref> == ...hopeless; the bank was well-acquainted with the fact that GSI was shipping water. Jonsson admits: "We were buying, in essence, a business that was almost ju
    45 KB (7,583 words) - 10:51, 19 February 2015
  • ...leum production in the Gulf of Mexico, has died. He was 100. As chief of a water seismic crew that normally operated in bays, marshes, inlets and lagoons, K ...uoted the supervisor as saying: "What the hell are you doing in 65 feet of water? You know we can't drill out there."
    23 KB (3,769 words) - 09:39, 9 April 2015
  • ...I.” [http://www.crossref.org/iPage?doi=10.1190%2F1.1438856 ''The Leading Edge'',] 2(8), 14–22.</ref>== ...full of water, so the geophone's diaphragm would move freely with varying water pressures. To enumerate all the trouble we had with this method would requi
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