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Romain Prioul, Adam Donald, Randy Koepsell, Zakariae El Marzouski, and Tom Bratton received 2007 Honorable Mention (Geophysics) for their paper Forward modeling of fracture-induced sonic anisotropy using a combination of borehole image and sonic logs.
Adam Donald received a B.S. in geological engineering from the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, and an M.S. in geomechanics and acoustics from Dalhousie University, Hal- ifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. In 1998, he joined Schlumberger as a wireline field engineer in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He is a senior geoscientist engineer with Schlumberger Data & Consulting Services in Denver, Colorado, working in sonic waveform processing, petrophysical interpretation, and geo- mechanics. He is a registered professional engineer in Alberta and is a member of SPWLA, SPE, and SEG.
- Prioul, R., et al. (2007), Forward modeling of fracture-induced sonic anisotropy using a combination of borehole image and sonic logs,, Geophysics VOL.72,NO.4 P.E135–E147.
- Contributors, Geophysics Vol. 75, No. 4, pp. Z91-Z98.