Best Paper Presented at the Annual Meeting

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The SEG honors the authors in the category of the Best Paper Presented at the Annual Meeting. Email onlinepublications‐at‐seg.org to request paper if not located within the Digital Library.

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Best Papers at the Annual Meeting 2000 - present

Best Papers at the Annual Meeting 1990 - 1999

  • 1999 Fault whispers: Transmission distortions on prestack reflection seismic data, Paul J. Hatchell
  • 1994 3-D seismic exploration for the Victorio Peak treasure, J. Washbourne
  • 1992 Approach to optimum slant stack and its application as a seismic noise attenuator, David J. Monk
  • 1991 Is there a difference between 'static' and 'dynamic' moduli of concrete?, K. H. Stokoe II
  • 1990 Effects of source and receiver motion on seismic data, G. Hampson

Best Papers Presented at the Annual Meeting 1980 - 1989

  • 1987 Seismic modeling: Recent advances and future directions, Kurt J. Marfurt
  • 1985 Geophysical interpretation of Jurassic structures and norphlet deposition, Alabama state and federal waters, Nat S. Turner
  • 1984 A magnetic survey for buried 3000-year-old basalt monuments in Mexico, Sheldon Breiner
  • 1983 Bright spot validation using comparative P-wave and S-wave seismic sections, J. D. Robertson
  • 1982 Ship Shoal Block 91 field, offshore Louisiana: An evolution of geologic models to conform with current drilling activity, Rosanne Roux
  • 1981 Seismic response of the evaporate sequence in the Castille Formation of the Delaware, H. Mack
  • 1981 Three-component vertical seismic profiles: Orientation of horizontal components for shear wave analysis, James P. DiSiena
  • 1980 Method for direct estimation of interval velocities in the near surface, Phillip H. Schultz

Best Papers Presented at the annual Meeting 1970 - 1979

1979

  • Radiation patterns of a shear wave vibroseis source in a transversely isotropic medium, James D. Robertson

1978

1977

1976

1975

General Session

Gravity and Magnetics Session

  • The application of the borehole gravimeter to the evaluation and exploration of oil and gas reserves, James W. Bradley

Research Session

  • Automatic residual statics analysis using the general linear inverse method, Kenneth L. Larner

Mining Session

  • Field application of mini-computers as used in economic mineral exploration, K. L. Zonge
  • A seismic reconnaissance of the African continental margin, Alistair Brown

Special Session

  • Computer techniques applied to formation evaluation, R. H. Merkel

1974

General Session

Research Session

  • Reflection time through layers having lateral velocity gradients, M. Aftab Alam

Mining Session

  • Electromagnetic coupling, a comparison of removal techniques and the cultural coupling problem, Jeffrey C. Wynn

Oceanography, Engineering, and Geothermal Session

1973

General Session

Research Session

  • The vertical array in reflection seismology--Some experimental studies, Paul C. Wuenschel

Mining Session

  • Magnetic susceptibility mapping: The first year's experience, F. S. Grant

Oceanography Session

1972

General Session

  • Digitized logs + digital computer = A new exploration tool, Phillip L. Work

Research Session

Mining Session

Oceanography, Engineering, and Geothermal Session

1971

General Session

Research Session

Mining Session

Oceanogrpahy Session

  • Ideas and thoughts on deep sea anomalies with special consideration of the Gulf of Mexico, Lewis R. Tucker

1970

Oceanography Session

Mining Session

Reearch Session

General Session

Best Papers Presented at the Annual Meeting 1959 - 1969

1969

1968

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1967

Oceanography Session

  • Data reduction, signal analysis, and accuracy of shipboard gravity meter operations, T. R. LaFehr

Mining Session

Research Session

General Session

1966

Mining Session

Research Session

General Session

1965

Mining Session

  • Optimum flight line direction in aeromagnetic surveying for induced dipole sources, F. E. M. Lilley

Research Session

General Session

1964

Mining Session

  • The distinction between induced and remanent magnetization of rocks in situ, N. E. Goldstein (Mining Session)

Research Session

General Session

1963

Mining Session

Research Session

  • Solid friction as a source of seismic attenuation, J. E. White

General Session

1962

Mining Session

  • Characteristic curves for the quantitative interpretation of geophysical anomalies, F. S. Grant

Research Session

General Session

1961

Research Session

  • The calculation of amplitudes of first arrivals of seismic waves from underground nuclear explosions, Glenn C. Werth

General Session

1960

General Session

  • Inverse convolution filters, R. B. Rice
  • Geophysical studies of basin structures along the eastern Sierra Nevada, John Healy

1959

General Session