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  • ...on operations, as opposed to <b>upstream</b> operations of exploration and production.
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  • ...|A-18]] and [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_A-19|A-19]]. <b>2</b>. The production of a double layer of charge at mineral interfaces or of changes in such dou
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  • <li>Abramowitz, M. and Stegun, A., 1965, Handbook of mathematical functions, 9th Ed.: Dover Public and some remarks: Kumamoto J. Sci., ser A, 2, 18&ndash;23.</li>
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  • Exploration and production operations as opposed to refining, marketing, and transportation operations.
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  • ...listed on this page. All of the data posted on the Open Data page is free and available to the public. For some uses, you may have to request permission ...and geophysical consortia|this page]] for internet-accessible exploration and geophysical consortia.
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  • ...rd Lines (7 March 1949–25 November 2019) ''' was a Canadian geophysicist and the 2008-2009 [[SEG President]]. ...ors, including SEG Honorary Membership in 2000 and the Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists (CSEG) Medal in 2017. Larry passed away on 25 November 2019 a
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  • ...urce using a detailed understanding of the physical behavior of oil, water and gas within porous rock at very high pressure. ...ring]], well engineering, [[artificial lift]] systems, completions and oil and gas facilities engineering.
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  • geophysicist and one of the founders of Texas Instruments. He served as the 1933-1934 [[SEG The petroleum exploration industry lost a great pioneer and mankind lost a
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  • ...geophysicist and geochemist. He was a founding member of the [[Society of Exploration Geophysicists]], the author of the first paper in ''[[Geophysics (journal)] ...an, Coordinator, Surface and Near-Surface Geochemical Methods in Petroleum Exploration: APGE Spec. Pub. No. 1, p. 1-10.]</ref>
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  • '''William N. Barkhouse''' is an American geophysicist and was the 1999-2000 President ...Programs Sponsorship Committee for the 1998 Annual Meeting in New Orleans and chairman of the Annual Meeting Advisory Committee.
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  • ...lly advanced the science of exploration geophysics. Return to [[SEG Honors and Awards]]. ...]], [[Steven Constable|Steve Constable]], [[Len Senka]], [[Arthur Cheng]], and [[David Kessler]]
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  • ...ation, and ''Interpretation'', a peer-reviewed journal co-published by SEG and AAPG. SEG's Technical Standards Committee develops and maintains specifications for geophysical data. Most familiar of these stand
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  • ...ille Formation] for coal-bed methane production, while also producing oil and natural gas. ...nce the discovery, the basin has produced over 10.6 million barrels of oil and 1.15 trillion cubic feet of natural gas through 1991 making it one of the m
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  • ...[shale]]. The overall hydrocarbon potential is very prominent for both oil and gas as well.[[File:Cooper basin map.jpg|thumb|408x408px| ...n 1981. Pipelines transport gas to the major markets of Brisbane, Adelaide and Sydney. Overall about 1,800 petroleum wells have been drilled.
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  • ...ncludes reservoirs of the Chesterian, Valmeyeran, Pennsylvanian, Silurian, and Devonian [[wikipedia:Epoch_(geology)|Epochs]]. Since its discovery in the m ...i>https://isgs.illinois.edu/outreach/geology-resources/history-oil-and-gas-production-illinois</nowiki></ref>
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  • ...er, the Palo Duro Basin contains one small oil field, one small gas field, and eight additional oil pools surrounding the area<ref>Nicholson, John H. “S [[File:Map-of-the-Permian-and-Palo-Duro-Basins-and-Bend-arch-Fort-Worth-Basin-in-Texas-New.png|thumb|Map depicting the locatio
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  • ...s. The basin has experienced some drilled [[wells]], including 309 onshore and 52 offshore, with the deepest known formation reaching a depth of about 4,5 ...d pipelines, production and processing of oil and gas, and decommissioning and rehabilitation<ref><nowiki>https://mitsuiepmidwest.com.au/who-we-are/histor
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  • ...Fred, and the profession benefits greatly from his enthusiasm, creativity, and persistence. === Early Years and Education ===
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  • ...ilo Backus''' was an American geophysicist, pioneer in 3D seismic imaging, and the 1979-1980 [[SEG President]]. ...r in the Distinguished Achievement Awards that SEG bestowed on GSI in 1986 and 1989.
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  • stacking method of signal enhancement, and served as the 1968 [[SEG President]]. A year ago, the members of an "expert panel" called to advise on a critical exploration decision - their task completed - were each given a small plaque. It was un
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  • ...ce as a researcher and for the many scientific discoveries in the field of exploration geophysics. === Remembrance by Sven Treitel and Ken Larner ===
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  • ...sicist and was the 2006-2007 [[SEG President]]. He is a Professor Emeritus and Former Head of the Geophysics Department at the Colorado School of Mines. < by [[Roel Snieder]] and [[Ken Larner]]
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  • '''Fred Aminzadeh''' is a geophysicist and was the 2007-2008 [[SEG President]]. == SEG [[Honorary Membership]] 2018 <ref>(2018). ”Honors and Awards.” ''The Leading Edge'', 37(11), 842–854. {{doi|10.1190/tle371108
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  • ...for the advancement of the geophysical profession. Return to [[SEG Honors and Awards]]. ...w Mexico: Implications for induced seismicity]” [[Jens-Erik Lund Snee]] and [[Mark D. Zoback]]
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  • ...Maurice Ewing Medal]]. Dr. White was noted for numerous patents and papers and was an active investigator almost until his death in 2003. ...ines, Dr. White was the first occupant of the Charles Henry Green Chair of Exploration Geophysics, a position he held from 1976 to 1988.
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  • ...opic Media'', Third Edition; ''Seismology of Azimuthally Anisotropic Media and Seismic Fracture Characterization'' | Field = seismic modeling, inversion, and processing for anisotropic media, fracture characterization, timelapse seis
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  • '''Gerald Gardner''' is an American geophysicist who has had a long and distinguished career, contributing many advances to the field of exploration geophysics.
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  • | Company = Independent Exploration Company in the field of exploration geophysics.
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  • ...ributions include internationally recognized work in the early advancement and promotion of 3D seismic, recent collaborations with the Bureau of Economic using vertical and horizontal shear modes for determining anisotropy in
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  • '''Yu Zhang''' is mathematician and geophysicist known for his work in the field of seismic migration. ...dbreaking work has earned him both the SEG's [[J. Clarence Karcher Award]] and the [[Virgil Kauffman Gold Medal]] Awards.
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  • ...he 1986 [[Virgil Kauffman Gold Medal]] award (exploding reflector concept and [[Dip-moveout correction|DMO]]), ...and selection as a Distinguished Lecturer in 1989 (robust linear inversion and tomography).
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  • processes in the Earth’s crust and lithosphere, a major thrust of which is the role of fluids in crustal processes and in energy
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  • ...i-component seismic technology, borehole geophysics, seismic stratigraphy, and reservoir characterization. Dr. Hardage was ...nce and Engineering (1995 & 1998), and has edited books for the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG), such as Planning Land 3-D Seismic Surveys, published b
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  • ...the topic of [[weak anisotropy]]. He was the 2006-2007 [[SEG President]], and the 2017-2018 Chairman of the Board of [[SEAM]]. == SEG [[Maurice Ewing Medal]] Award 2020 <ref> 2020, SEG Honors and Awards Program, SEG Annual Meeting 2020, Houston </ref> ==
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  • ...his entrepreneurial spirit. He was awarded [[Life Membership]] in the SEG, and was the 2003-2004 [[SEG President]]. Peter was awarded the 2014 [[Virgil Ka ...science of microseismic monitoring technology to become a key component of exploration geophysics.
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  • ...p]] in recognition of her outstanding contributions and commitments to SEG and the geophysical community over 20-plus years. Sally has been a member of SE ...r Geophysical Society (1989). Sally continues to be active in the industry and the community.
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  • and service to the geophysical community through SEG and the Dallas Geophysical Society. and as Technical Program Chairman of the 1989 SEG
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  • Affairs Committee and was Vice-President of the Society in International SEG Meeting in Houston and is a former 1st
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  • ...C. (Lee) Lawyer''' is a geophysicist known for his leadership in industry, and his service to SEG. He served as the 1987-1988 [[SEG President]]. Lee is kn ...version of the SEG Council Procedures and for implementing the nomination and election of the first Chair of the Council.<ref>Graul, M. (2013). ”Presid
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  • ...and Alma Hewitt in Cario, Illinois. On November 28, 1926, he was baptized and remained Lutheran his entire life. ...im were born. He was a member of and served as President of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists.
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  • Coordinating Geophysicist for operating subsidiaries and as liaison exploration.
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  • ...Charles; great-grandchildren, Mason and Sophie Hill; and numerous nephews and nieces. ...tain of the basketball team. Gene graduated in 1946 with a B.S. in physics and mathematics. From 1988 to 1991, he served on the Juniata College National A
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  • and the Foundation Scholarship Committee. He has also served on the SEG Committ Recording Standards. He is affiliated with the Geophysical Society of Houston and was Chariman
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  • ...served as [[Editor of ''Geophysics'']] for the years 1939-1940, 1940-1942, and 1942-1943.<ref>Clark, D. (2010), [http://www.crossref.org/iPage?doi=10.1190 ...Gulf Research and Development Co. and vice-president of Gulf Minerals Co. and Dominion Gulf Co.
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  • Paul Lyons was [[Editor of ''Geophysics'']] for the years 1951-1952 and 1952-1953.<ref>Clark, D. (2010), [http://www.crossref.org/iPage?doi=10.1190 ...r and they are usually many. Such a man is Paul Lyons; and it is for these and other reasons he is today being awarded an Honorary Membership in the SEG.
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  • ...or of [[Kirchhoff migration]]. He is a leader in industry, a noted author, and has achieved distinction ...norary Membership]] 1990 <ref> Program, Awards & Music, A Salute In Sight and Sound
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  • ...rcher noted for many research advances in the field of seismic prospecting and imaging. ...he ultimate sailing system is a combination of two "kites," one in the air and one in the water, with the sailor in between.
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  • ...ed an SEG [[Special Commendation]] in 1994 for his leadership in advancing exploration ...ssed, each of these qualifications during his four decades of professional and public life.
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  • ...STP, Minneapolis. He has had additional schooling at St. John's University and Southern Methodist University. ...leum exploration. He has published more than twenty-three technical papers and has fifteen patents in his name.
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  • | Membership = Honorary and Life '''Alistair Ross Brown''' expanded the range of 3D interpretation methods and educated geologists, geophysicists,
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  • | Company = McGhee Production Company ...March 10, 1912 – July 4, 2005)''' was a leader in the petroleum industry and
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  • '''Robert R. Shrock (1904-1993) ''' was an eminent geologist and professor emeritus at by Wendolyn T. Shrock, Northfield, Massachusetts and Robert E. Shrock, Setauket, New York
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  • | BSc = Geology and Geophysics | Membership = Chamber of Geophysical Engineers and Association of Turkish Petroleum Geologists
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  • ...n Gold Medal]] 1988 <ref> ''Award Citations of the SEG'' (1998) Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Tulsa, OK. p.117.</ref> == ...ics. Valuable new techniques with applications in the mining, hydrocarbon, and geothermal fields may yet result from his work.
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  • | Company = Exxon Production Research Company ...ears to accept an assignment in Exxon's time-lapse seismic research group. And it is one of the reasons why I think he is a deserving recipient of the Soc
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  • ...everal decades. One of the main contributors to this achievement has been, and is, Ing. Santos Figueroa. ...tady, New York. In 1936 he joined the Mexican petroleum company El Aguila, and went on to take post-graduate studies in geophysics at the Shell Oil Co. La
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  • ...e it was fully utilized. The success of Brazil and Petrobras in deep water exploration is living testimony to this effort. ...aduate course in nuclear engineering from the University of Rio de Janeiro and two years of postgraduate study in petroleum geology, coordinated by Freder
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  • ...[[John Koonce]] in recognition for "devising, promoting, and obtaining the production of the ...has provided the means to cope with the ever increasing large data volumes and sophisticated techniques of seismic processing."
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  • ...to assume the high post of Deputy Minister in the Russian Ministry of Fuel and Energy. ...that was providing services to the richest part of the West Siberian oil- and gas-bearing province, including the Samotlor oil field, which is the gem of
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  • ...vailed before. Pierre's lantern has been burning brightly all these years, and the glow continues unabated. ...ic seismograms (the Goupillaud medium again), to experimental field tests, and to early attempts at logging while drilling.
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  • ...ion geophysics by organizing and promoting the use of remote sensing as an exploration tool. ...of Engineering conveyed in 1966 by the Montana College of Mineral Science and Technology.
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  • ...ntributions have been many and significant, illustrating his extraordinary and ongoing service. ...s Department's government relations advisor; and senior advisor of Exxon's Exploration regulatory affairs activity.
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  • | Company = Exxon Production Research ...trol to find widespread use. More than 450 systems of this type were built and used by the geophysical industry.
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  • It is with great respect and personal honor that I introduce a long-time colleague, Don Howlett, whom we ...ndeavors in the application of electronics technologies led him to seismic exploration technologies at Texaco. As a summer intern in 1961, he was a member of the
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  • ...president of Texas Instruments Incorporated. He was a skillful businessman and later became mayor of Dallas. A leader in industry with political savvy he ...ruments at the New York Stock Exchange) is the property of J. Erik Jonsson and has been since October 1, 1953, when trading began in TI common.
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  • '''Sidney Kauffman (Aug. 10, 1908-Oct. 31, 2008)''' was an innovator in exploration geophysics. Among his many innovations to the reflection seismic method, Ka ...ef of a water seismic crew that normally operated in bays, marshes, inlets and lagoons, Kaufman in 1937 found a rock formation that extended from a bay ne
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  • | Company = LaCoste and Romberg '''Lucien J. B. LaCoste (1908-1995)''' was a pioneer in exploration geophysics in the field of gravimetry.
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  • | Company = Esso Production Research ...the existing state of the relevant art. The inventor serves as both priest and midwife. Unless the invention fills a practical need it is no invention. Un
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  • | BSc = Mathematics and chemistry ...publicizing the importance of 3-D seismology in petroleum exploration and production.
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  • ...o communicate with researchers, data processors, interpreters, geologists, and engineers. In listing these skills which, incidentally, very few in our ind ...a walking example of the equally real need for the key individual willing and able to make it all come together. In addition to directing the technical e
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  • ...ctivist. He was a long-time financial supporter of the Heritage Foundation and the Claremont Institute, two conservative think tanks. ...result, our overall production system is constantly refined and improved, and this in turn gives rise to an ever-increasing standard of living for all."
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  • ...ntributed broadly to the worldwide geophysical community through energetic and creative service on behalf of the SEG. ...ntributed broadly to the worldwide geophysical community through energetic and creative service on behalf of the SEG. How fitting that he be honored as re
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  • ...g can be. Dan's contributions to geophysics have been unequaled in variety and scope by any other individual. His contributions range from a vast variety ...ctrical engineering and, in 1930, a D.Sc. degree in electrical engineering and physics.
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  • work in seismic stratigraphy and continuing work in unifying geophysical and ideas concerning sequence stratigraphy and the unifying concept of eustatic
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  • Gulf Oil Corporation and of Gulf Refining Company. He was a former president of the AAPG and was an [[Honorary Member]] of the SEG.
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  • '''Gilles Hennenfent''' is the lead author of three papers in Geophysics and five expanded abstracts. He has been a co-author on one additional paper in Geophysics and three other expanded
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  • '''Mike Forrest''' has a lifelong and extraordinary record of service to the Society particularly on the ...n and its Trustee Associates. Mike joined the SEG Foundation Board in 2008 and his
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  • '''Dan Kosloff''' has been a pioneer of reverse-time migration and pseudo-spectral methods in waveequation E. Baysal and J. Sherwood), “Reverse time migration”, published in Geophysics. Follow
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  • ...ccident and the Secretary of Energy’s committee on shale gas development and environmental protection. ...period, long-duration seismic events during hydraulic stimulation of shale and tight-gas reservoirs — Part 1: Waveform characteristics, 78(6), KS97-KS10
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  • ...illy''' has rendered a number of important contributions to the Society of Exploration ...and the geophysical community as a whole. He has served as a guest editor and
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  • '''Ramesh Neelamani''' earned his PhD at Rice University (2003) and is currently employed at ExxonMobil Production Company. His principal impact to date has been in practical
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  • his distinguished contributions to exploration geophysics. Bardan is a senior geophysicist at Prospectiuni S. A. and at
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  • energetic service to the geophysical community and to SEG. During his career, Ron was general chairman of SEG's International Exposition and 68th Annual Meeting in 1998, was chairman of the Technical
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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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  • SEG is honoring '''Jim Rickenbacker''' and [[John Sallas]] with the ...mic vibrators, technology that resulted in deterministic source signatures and caused a step change improvement in
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  • SEG is honoring [[Jim Rickenbacker]] and '''John Sallas''' with the ...mic vibrators, technology that resulted in deterministic source signatures and caused a step change improvement in
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  • ...cent contributions have contributed to our understanding of beam migration and other true-amplitude imaging issues. He won the SEG [[Maurice Ewing Medal]] ...d seismic imaging in simple, understandable language for fellow geologists and geophysicists who are not familiar with seismic imaging, he also has
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  • ...x related to the elimination of free surface multiples and the attenuation and elimination of internal multiples. ...ote address for the '''SEG/KOC Workshop: Seismic Multiples, the Challenges and the Way Forward” in Kuwait December 3-5.'''
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  • ...is asset and is a leader and consultant for the upstream sector of the Oil and Gas industry. ...l Member and a SEG [[Life Membership|Lifetime Membership]] Award recipient and has received
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  • '''John Sumner''' is receiving Life Membership for his many technical and service contributions to ...ucation Committee, First Vice-President (Technical Activities), President, and Editor.
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  • '''Moses B. Widess (1911-1998)''', was a pioneer in seismic exploration and was a recipient of SEG's [[Virgil Kauffman Gold Medal Award]] in 1977. ...morial <ref>Dudley, D., Krider, E., Widess, P., Schmitt, D., Burianyk, M., and Sherif, H. (1999). ”Memorials.” ''The Leading Edge'', 18(2), 275–277.
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  • ...s fluid-subsitution techniques that are employed in all seismic amplitude and AVO interpretations. ...at Stanford as a graduate student, his contribution to applied geophysics and SEG extends well beyond that work. As a friend, it has
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  • '''Robert Greaves''' and [[Terry Fulp]] are receiving the Virgil Kauffman Gold Medal for their pione ...d movement in the reservoir, but also tied the seismic changes to the rock and
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  • | MSc =Geophysics and Planetary physics March and TLE Editorial Board member [[Satinder Chopra]] took
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  • ...in Geophysical Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines, USA, in 1993, and his Ph.D. in Geophysics also at the Colorado School of Mines in 1997. ...behavior of wave propagation. He is also interested in seismic acquisition and processing of near surface data for better near surface treatment.
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  • ...ald Fessenden Award (formerly Medal Award)|Medal Award]] of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists was established available the major interest came from exploration seismologists. Regional
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  • | MSc = Geophysics and Seismology ..., concentrating on North America, China, Australia, South America, Russia, and Eurasia.
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  • ...here he provided technical and business stewardship of ExxonMobil's global production geophysics activity, including 4D seismic. ...Seismic Wave Attenuation (1981), Reservoir Geophysics (1992), and Methods and Applications in Reservoir Geophysics (2010), all published by the SEG. He s
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  • ...g; characterization of reservoir rock properties using seismic anisotropy; and anisotropic AVO analysis. ...CRGC has been the driving force for industry research in the Department of Exploration Geophysics, Curtin University of Technology in Perth, Australia.
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  • ...the company. In 1967, he started his own company, Input/Output, designing and manufacturing seismic data instrumentation equipment, where he holds the ti
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