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  • ...t need SEG’s permission''' to utilize the open data on the page for your research, thesis, lectures, or presentations. Depending on the data set you use, the ...and geophysical consortia|this page]] for internet-accessible exploration and geophysical consortia.
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  • ...1990)''' was an American [[geophysicist]]. He was the son of Ludvig Hammer and Laura Anderson. ...ents of eight children: Sigmund, Mary, Douglas, Ludwig, John, Paul, Laura, and Kirsten .
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  • on 17 April 1915 in Vancouver, British Columbia, and grew up in Pittsburgh, PA. He received He attended night school at the University of Pittsburgh and received his master's degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1936, whi
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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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  • stacking method of signal enhancement, and served as the 1968 [[SEG President]]. ...ed at the outset, the inventor has a definite preference for the original, and now rarely used, CRP. Says Mayne: "Someone confused the situation by callin
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  • ...)''' was an American geophysicist noted for his competence 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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  • '''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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  • ...Maurice Ewing Medal]]. Dr. White was noted for numerous patents and papers and was an active investigator almost until his death in 2003. ...eatly respected and accomplished scientist both in the geophysics industry and in academia. At Colorado School of Mines, Dr. White was the first occupant
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  • | Company = Houston Advanced Research Center '''Gerald Gardner''' is an American geophysicist who has had a long and distinguished
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  • | BSc = Physics and Geology ...scientific papers and one book and has received many distinguished awards and honorary degrees for his contributions to geophysical knowledge.
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  • science and profession of exploration geophysics throughout in lives (the hundreds of students he has taught and mentored)
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  • ...1-June 30, 1948)''' was a pioneering geophysicist, entrepreneur, inventor, and innovator, and made advances in many fields, and is known in exploration geophysics for
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  • employed by Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company in Pittsburgh. crews in the U.S. Midcontinent region and Venezuela. In 1938, he returned to
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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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  • ...)''' was a pioneering geophysicist, noted for his scientific contributions and his leadership in industry. He served as the 1952-1953 [[SEG President]]. ...e work in acoustics also at U.C.L.A. From 1933 to 1938 he was geophysicist and later
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  • University, Belfast, Ireland in 1918 and his M.Sc. from the National University of Ireland in 1919. In 1920 and 1921 he
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  • Mr. Kannestine served as [[Editor of ''Geophysics'']] in the years 1935-1936 and 1936-1937.<ref> from Washington University in Saint Louis and the Ph.D. in
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  • ...-December 14, 1956)''' was a geophysicist, petroleum geologist, innovator, and petroleum industry leader. ...merican exploration geophysics." Among many awards and accolades, DeGolyer and [[Ludger Mintrop]] were awarded the first SEG [[Honorary Membership]] in 19
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  • of relevant scientific publications in ''Geophysics,'' and for his years of service in the and [[Life Membership]] in SEG.
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