Mark Van Schaack
Mark Van Schaack received his BS in geophysical engineering from the Colorado School of Mines in 1985 and joined Schlumberger Wireline Services in 1985. He spent four years working in Syria, Egypt, and Sudan as a field engineer. In 1989 he joined the University of California at Santa Barbara's Institute for Crustal Studies as a research associate and his work included processing several surface seismic lines shot in southeastern Sierra Nevada. He is currently working on his PhD in geophysics at Stanford.
Larry R. Lines, Henry Tan, Sven Treitel, John Beck, Richard L. Chambers, John Eager, Charles Savage, John Queen, William D. Rizer, Paul L. Buller, V. Dale Cox, John B. Sinton, James H. Ballard, George F. Kokkoros, Antoine Track, Philippe Guerendel, Jerry Harris, Spyros K. Lazaratos, and Mark A. Van Schaack received the 1995 SEG Best Paper in Geophysics Award for their paper Integrated reservoir characterization: Beyond tomography.
Jerry M. Harris, Richard C. Nolen-Hocksema, Robert T. Langan, Mark A. Van Schaack, Spyros K. Lazaratos, and James W. Rector III received 1995 Honorable Mention (Geophysics) for their paper High-resolution crosswell imaging of a west Texas carbonate reservoir: Part 1 - Project summary and interpretation.
- Contributors, Geophysics 58(9):1396.
- Lines, L. et. al. (1995), Integrated reservoir characterization: Beyond tomographyGEOPHYSICS 60(2):354.
- Harris, J. M., et al. (1995) High-resolution crosswell imaging of a west Texas carbonate reservoir: Part 1 - Project summary and interpretation, GEOPHYSICS 60(3):667.