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  • It is doubtful that there is a geophysicist-geologist in the profession an honorary membership in the SEG to be granted at this time. How does a
    7 KB (1,188 words) - 10:20, 25 February 2015
  • ...e of 97. He died peacefully in his sleep. The funeral was held on August 4 in Houston, Texas, USA. ...ny was the Argonne National Laboratories, where he worked with Maria Mayer in developing a Monte Carlo simulation of a breeder reactor on the ENIAC compu
    18 KB (2,951 words) - 12:42, 10 August 2016
  • a seismic crew leader for Western Geophysical on marine seismic vessels in the Gulf of Mexico and the North Atlantic. ...ord was recognized with one of the first SEG [[J. Clarence Karcher Award]] in 1996. David continues to hold a courtesy position as a consulting professor
    11 KB (1,551 words) - 17:08, 16 December 2022
  • which is named ZAP. Event picking in 3-D data volumes was a formidable problem for seismic interpreters in the 1980s, and the
    5 KB (754 words) - 13:34, 17 October 2016
  • | Notable awards = 2015 [[Best Paper in Geophysics Award]] ...Mechatronics Awarded Best Paper in Geophysics by SEG''] ''Oil and Gase 360 Feed Wire'', Accessed online: 13 September 2017.</ref>.
    2 KB (218 words) - 07:10, 13 September 2017
  • ...30 papers. In 2007 she was elected as a Fellow of the GSSA. Sue is active in SEG and SAGA, is currently vice chairman of the SEG Global Affairs Committe ...lecturer. She completed a Ph.D. there in 2009 and became a senior lecturer in 2010.
    6 KB (925 words) - 17:05, 12 January 2023
  • ...important to understand the water cycle is complex and water does not move in one continuous direction at one rate. Water can change its physical state a ...nd moons. For years, astronomers have debated two obvious sources of water in our solar system: comets and asteroids. The primary difference between the
    10 KB (1,595 words) - 08:05, 9 November 2016
  • ...ine debris consists of a variety of litter, mostly plastics, which ends up in our oceans, and massive rotating currents called gyres trap and collect the in the ocean; it is mostly tiny pieces of plastic that are so prevalent in the Pacific that an area twice the size of Texas has become like one big bo
    14 KB (2,200 words) - 15:36, 4 December 2015
  • ...e of an estuary is fjord estuary. Fjord estuaries are created by glaciers. In Alaska, Puget Sound is a fjord estuary. <ref>[ ...f food the marine life can feed in there, but since there is [[pollution]] in the estuaries, the fish are dying by eating this food that has been pollute
    4 KB (588 words) - 14:05, 23 November 2015
  • ...s and animals. This is similar to agriculture, but aquaculture takes place in water sources such as lakes and rivers. ...agricultural production since the 1970’s. <ref name=thehuffingtonpost/> In the 1970’s, aquaculture only represented 4% of seafood production, but no
    6 KB (731 words) - 10:14, 24 March 2016
  • ...n Pacific and is some 1,580 miles long and average is only around 43 miles in width. The Mariana Trench is the deepest part of the ocean and at its deepe == Wildlife in the trench ==
    4 KB (659 words) - 23:36, 3 January 2016
  • ...h of cyanobacteria.jpeg|200px|thumb|right|alt=|The growth of cyanobacteria in fresh water, Photo courtesy of Dr. Jennifer L. Graham, U.S. Geological Soci ...l taking action to research an early warning system for toxic algal blooms in fresh water using satellites. These satellites scan Earth’s freshwater fo
    8 KB (1,218 words) - 14:22, 4 December 2015
  • ...ref></ref> [[File:Food insecurity seg.png| 350px | thumb | left | Food insecurity in the United States.|]]
    6 KB (835 words) - 14:43, 6 November 2015
  • ...ion=New York |isbn=0-471-62017-3 | page=273 }}</ref> Wegener was involved in several expeditions to Greenland to study polar air circulation before the ... (in German)</ref>
    30 KB (4,488 words) - 13:11, 4 November 2022
  • # Sign in to the SEG Wiki # In the search bar, type the article you have been assigned and click on the ti
    6 KB (1,021 words) - 07:42, 22 March 2019
  • ...ved, in addition to the associated uncertainties, workflows and ideas that feed into it. This includes core subsurface disciplines such as geology, geophys ...available subsurface or outcrop analogue data. Such integration is crucial in developing reliable and streamlined methods and workflows to help the indus
    4 KB (536 words) - 12:42, 30 June 2017
  • ...identifying, confirming, and analyzing hydrocarbon presence and potential in ocean basins. While hydrocarbon seeps have been known and studied for many ...eservoir (ex. porous sand) that is capped by a seal (ex. shale formation). In cases where seals are poor and have been affected by networks of
    7 KB (1,082 words) - 13:00, 4 January 2018
  • ...luids (10 to 50 years). Clearly the fluids may still be in a dynamic state in terms of geological time. ...itial (connate) <nowiki>[[water saturation]]</nowiki> will always be found in hydrocarbon-bearing formations. The connate water saturation may vary from
    17 KB (2,404 words) - 11:27, 13 August 2019
  • ...ediction filter <math>E\left(Z\right)</math>. A naive person would proceed in this way. Both the input and the desired output (i.e., the tailgate) are ca ...psilon</math>. The prediction of a nonminimum-delay signal will be treated in the next section.
    24 KB (3,530 words) - 09:16, 11 May 2021
  • ...and Bluebell fields along with a large variety of gas fields, illustrated in the figure below. These distinct depositional environments provide an array ...e Duchesne and Uintah counties at about 25 million barrels of oil combined in 2020 and around 187 MCF of natural gas as well <ref name="UOG">Utah Oil & G
    10 KB (1,521 words) - 16:50, 12 May 2021

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