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  • ...is a partnership between industry and SEG designed to advance geophysical science and technology through the construction of subsurface models and generation ==2D marine seismic data==
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  • ...emerge and Mr. Petty was quick to appreciate the adaptability of this new science to his problems. The simplicity of design and superior performance characte In between explosions, getting their science on the road to commercialism took them to unusual sites. To establish wheth
    27 KB (4,632 words) - 14:15, 17 October 2016
  • science advisor for earth, sea and air in the Nixon administration. the best of solid science and grounded intuition.
    17 KB (2,848 words) - 10:38, 23 February 2015
  • ...s the first scientist to occupy the Cecil and Ida Green Chair at the U. T. Marine Biomedical Institute. We believe that Maurice Ewing would strongly support to halfway through his undergraduate years in applied science at the
    16 KB (2,647 words) - 14:15, 28 August 2019
  • ...e was serious and knowledgeable about the arts but, as was his attitude in science, he thoroughly enjoyed the subjects for themselves. He was never pedantic." papers on such aspects of seismic prospecting as marine refraction, surface
    30 KB (4,964 words) - 13:13, 17 October 2016
  • ...rtime research was developing techniques they could later use in peacetime science. ...es far superior technically and scientifically to any previous attempts at marine exploration. For example, Ewing perfected underway seismic shooting without
    29 KB (4,456 words) - 13:17, 17 October 2016
  • ...chieved a dominating position and now acquires approximately 85 percent of marine gravity surveys. The company was sold to Geodynamics in 1995, but LaFehr an Born in Los Angeles, California, Tom received his BS in letters and science at University of California, Berkeley in 1958 and a PhD in geophysics at St
    13 KB (2,010 words) - 13:47, 17 October 2016
  • ...his work on imaging through complex water bottom, prestack f-k migration, marine seismic source arrays, and pioneering work on seismic acquisition that can Examples of his success in communicating valued science are the Best Paper Award he received at the 1986 Pacific Coast SEG Meeting
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  • ...y evident in Craig Beasley from when he started his career in the computer science department of Western Geophysical Company in 1981 to his leadership time as ...1981 and joining Western, he served in several capacities in the computer science, R&D, and data-processing departments, including worldwide vice president o
    9 KB (1,264 words) - 11:27, 6 May 2015
  • ...orce in developing and applying microseismic technology and has caused the science of microseismic monitoring technology to become a key component of explorat ...tractors and in 1984 Peter was lured to Pulsonic Geophysical in Calgary as marine supervisor.
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  • Data Processing Branch manager and assistant manager of the Marine Science
    2 KB (302 words) - 12:29, 17 October 2016
  • ...ted, in part, "He shares a great deal of the responsibility for making the science of oceanography a significant factor in an assault landing." ...surveys to industrial firms on a competitive basis. And in 1968, he became Science Advisor to the Commandant, U.S. Coast Guard, a role in which he was able to
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  • The science of exploration geophysics normally advances at an evolutionary pace; each n ...pments. By 1974, all of the elements were in place to permit collection of marine seismic data which could be processed in three dimensions except the means
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  • ...ues pioneered in the late '70s under Anders' leadership are dominating the marine seismic industry today. ...s seismic data for civil engineering purposes, but they also ventured into marine exploration and acquired their first survey in 1969 offshore Spitsbergen.
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  • ...s his pioneer analytical work in the handling of coalescing air bubbles in marine air-gun array design. This work served as a base from which the industry ha Roy and I first met when he joined the Science Services division of TI in 1965. Shortly after we started working together,
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  • ...y contain badly needed oil and gas," according to a report by the National Science Foundation, a sponsor of the project. ...He was again on a scientific frontier, officer-in-charge of secret work ("Marine guards at the doors") on a new and critical item in the allied arsenal - ra
    23 KB (3,769 words) - 09:39, 9 April 2015
  • ...n Profiling. It is funded at an annual level of $3,000,000 by the National Science Foundation. A commercial seismic crew is employed full-time to carry out de ...me a senior physicist at Shell working on a variety of problems, including marine navigation and seismic modeling. One of his major contributions was "Labora
    8 KB (1,279 words) - 14:11, 17 October 2016
  • ...granted $1 million for the Henry Salvatori Chair in Cognitive and Computer Science. When Stanford University first established its Department of Geophysics in ...937, opened the marine field of operations for Western in the Gulf coast. "Marine," of course, was very close to shore, in less than 20 feet of water on a no
    34 KB (5,564 words) - 17:39, 4 November 2016
  • ...changes that have taken place during the past half century in the way our science is practiced. We are accustomed to honoring the scientists who publish the ...y and lower the cost per mile. Results have been dramatic, particularly in marine operations.
    5 KB (688 words) - 11:08, 18 October 2016
  • David’s contributions to the science and application of of marine seismic data to name a few), much of which has
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