James K. O'Connell joined Shell in Houstons after received an M.A. in physics from Rice University in 1979. After an initial assignment as a geophysical programmer, he worked on marine acquisition and processing projects in support of Alaska lease sales. in 1984 he transferred to Shell's Bellaire Research Center and worked on 3-D processing and interactive interpretation projects. In 1986 he moved to Shell Offshore in New Orleans and led the 3-D processing effort for 3 years. Since 1989 he has been involved in seismic interpretation in support of offshore lease sales.
- O'Connell, J. K., M. Kohli, and S. Amos (1993), Bullwinkle: A unique 3D experiment, Geophysics, 58(1):167.
- Contributors, Geophysics 58(1):191.