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  • {{#category_index:E|exploration}}
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  • {{#category_index:E|exploration geophysics}} ...application of geophysics to [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:exploration|''exploration'']] (q.v.) and also to engineering and archaeology. Synonym: <b>applied geo
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  • {{#category_index:E|exploration 3D}} ...ying on interpolation to give the data sampling required for migration. An exploration 3D survey reveals broad structural aspects but lacks resolution.
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  • {{#category_index:G|geophysical exploration}}
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  • {{#category_index:L|lateral exploration}}
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  • {{#category_index:S|seismic exploration}} ...sits of oil, gas, or minerals. Synonyms: <b>prospecting seismology</b>, <b>exploration seismology</b>, <b>applied seismology</b>. Includes use of both reflection
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  • * [[Introduction to 3-D seismic exploration]] [[Category: 3-D seismic exploration]]
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  • ...members also are involved in application of geophysics methods to mineral exploration as well as environmental and engineering problems, archaeology, and other s ...services, and student events. It regularly brings together more than 8,000 exploration industry professionals from around the globe.
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  • ...stinguished Achievement Award]] is being presented to the '''Institute for Exploration''' which is establishing a new field of research utilizing beneficial to the exploration geophysics industry and marine geosciences. An additional objective is to s
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  • {{DISPLAYTITLE: '''Internet-accessible exploration and geophysical consortia'''}} ...on between petroleum/natural gas companies and groups doing nonproprietary exploration geophysics research (broadly defined), such as academic consortia, universi
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  • ...nded in 1930, fosters the expert and ethical practice of geophysics in the exploration and development of natural resources, in characterizing the near surface, a
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  • Subsurface geological features of interest in hydrocarbon exploration are three dimensional in nature. Examples include salt diapirs, overthrust * [[3-D seismic exploration exercises|Exercises]]
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  • ...7, when SEG Calgary Student Chapter teamed up with the Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists (CSEG) and European Association of Geoscientists and Engineer
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  • '''Exploration geophysics''' is the applied branch of [[geophysics]] which uses surface me Exploration geophysics is the practical application of physical methods (such as seismi
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  • Welcome to the homepage of Society of Exploration Geophysicists Student Chapter at the U of U
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  • {{#category_index:G|geophysical exploration}}
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  • ...popular SEG book is now available open and free of charge: ''[[Problems in Exploration Seismology and their Solutions]]'' by Lloyd P. Geldart and Robert E. Sherif * The wiki captures the history of the exploration geophysics discipline through [[:Category:Biographies|hundreds of biographi
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  • Contributors of content to the SEG Wiki warrant to the Society of Exploration Geophysicists, its heirs, successors, and assigns, that
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  • ...ga19.jpg|FIG. A-19. Dipole-dipole <b>arrays</b> used in resistivity and IP exploration.
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  • ...al pressure are discussed in.<ref>Sheriff, R. E. and Geldart, L. P., 1995, Exploration Seismology, 2nd Ed., Cambridge Univ. Press, pgs 126-128.</ref>
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  • ...aser interferometer. Portable absolute gravimeters are now in experimental exploration use. They can be operated in sets coupled by fiber optics to measure absolu
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  • ...t=Sheriff |first=R. E |last2=Geldart |first2=L. P |date=August 1995 |title=Exploration Seismology, 2nd Ed |publisher=Cambridge Univ. Press |page=282–282, 451–
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  • ...ed to describe the same idea.<ref>Thomsen, L., 2014. Seismic Anisotropy in Exploration and Exploitation, the SEG/EAGE Distinguished Instructor Short Course #5 Lec
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  • P-wave anisotropy is usually meant (in exploration geophysics), unless S-wave anisotropy is specified. Of course, anisotropy o ...e book|last1=Thomsen|first1=Leon|title=Understanding seismic anisotropy in exploration and exploitation: SEG-EAEG Distinguished Instructor Series #5|publisher=SEG
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  • ...Also used for unexplained seismic events. <b>6</b>. A deviation that is of exploration interest; a feature that may be associated with petroleum accumulation or m
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  • ...rack (1992)<ref name="Strack 1992 p. ">{{cite book | author=Strack | title=Exploration with deep transient electromagnetics | publisher=Elsevier | location=Amster
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  • See [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:geophysical_exploration|''geophysical exploration'']].
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  • Dipole-dipole <b>arrays</b> used in resistivity and IP exploration.
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  • ...jointly by American Association of Petroleum Geologists and the Society of Exploration Geophysicists | location=Tulsa, Okla | year=1999 | isbn= | page=234}}</ref> ...jointly by American Association of Petroleum Geologists and the Society of Exploration Geophysicists | location=Tulsa, Okla | year=1999 | isbn= | page=234}}</ref>
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  • Dipole-dipole <b>arrays</b> used in resistivity and IP exploration.
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  • ...um <b>economic basement</b> is the surface below which there is no current exploration interest, even though some sedimentary units may lie deeper. <b>3. Magnetic
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  • ...018;block&#x2019;&#x2019; sonic log values into larger units. <b>4</b>. An exploration concession area. Blocks three miles on a side on the United States continen
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  • ...implified Biot-Rosenbaum model | journal=GEOPHYSICS | publisher=Society of Exploration Geophysicists | volume=61 | issue=3 | year=1996 | pages=639–645 | doi=10
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  • ...n with the borehole televiewer | journal=Geophysics | publisher=Society of Exploration Geophysicists | volume=35 | issue=2 | year=1970 | pages=254–269 | doi=10.
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  • ...from borehole gravity surveys | journal=Geophysics | publisher=Society of Exploration Geophysicists | volume=48 | issue=3 | year=1983 | pages=341–356 | doi=10.
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  • ...limits of integration reflect that fact that most time varying signals in exploration geophysics ...95, 298–299; 554–555). <ref> Sheriff, Robert E., and Lloyd P. Geldart. Exploration seismology. Cambridge university press, 1995.</ref>
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