Return to [[SEG Honors and Awards]].
...downhole DAS array,”] [[Grant Byerley]], [[Dave Monk]], [[Peter Aaron]], and [[Mike Yates]]
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...ent 1916), through the seismic refraction method. Among the many accolades and awards in
Berlin and at the Technical University in Aachen under Professor
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| BSc university =Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Award to recognize fundamental contributions to the electroseismic phenomena and multicomponent data processing. Oleg
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...ent of Montserrat.</ref> These high costs use up valuable foreign exchange and reduce the competitiveness of local industries. The government of Montserra
...:MontserratFigure1.png|thumb|450px|center|Figure 1: Location of Montserrat and the geothermal project area (figure copied from EGS (2014)).]]
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...logy); it also has military, intelligence, commercial, economic, planning, and humanitarian applications.
...sensing (i.e., when the reflection of sunlight is detected by the sensor) and "passive" remote sensing (i.e., when the reflection of sunlight is detected
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==Seismic Uncertainties and Their Impact==
...ns to the users of the earth model in other disciplines including drilling and production.
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...m a specific task without using explicit instructions, relying on patterns and inference instead. It is seen as a subset of [[artificial intelligence]].
...ocesses comprise complex algorithms or source codes that identify the data and find relations or patterns around it.
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