SEG Annual Meeting 2004
2004 Annual Meeting Golf Tournament
You won't want to miss this year's golf tournament at one of the most beautiful and most photographed courses in the country. Arrowhead Golf Course, located just outside of Denver, is the location for the annual SEG Golf Tournament. Arrowhead is a premier golf course, ideal for a casual golf game or for conducting business over a scenic round of golf. Arrowhead is one of the top 10 most photographed golf courses in the U.S. and was named one of America's Top 75 Public Courses by Golf Digest magazine.
Saturday, October 9, at 1 p.m. is the big day! Registration for this event opens June 14 and costs $175 USD per player until registration closes. After the close of registration, the cost will jump to $200 USD per player, so be sure to register early. Be on the lookout for our 2004 Annual Meeting Announcement and find the golf registration form to sign up, or register online at the URL below. Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis, and with this year's location, you'll want to secure your spot right away!
Registration fees include green fees, cart, duffle bag, various prizes and a dinner at the clubhouse immediately following the tournament where awards will be presented. Transportation will be provided from the Colorado Convention Center.
Annual Meeting Housing opens June 14. You can register three different ways: internet, fax and mail. Please visit our Web site to register online or download the housing form.
SEG is offering a number of Continuing Education courses on Saturday and Sunday, October 9 and 10, prior to the SEG Annual Meeting. Registration for courses is now open at the following link.
The 2004 SEG/EAGE DISC by Paul Weimer, "Petroleum Systems of Deepwater Settings," will be offered Friday, October 8, in conjunction with the SEG Annual Meeting in Denver.
Improved Visa Process Continues
Participants in the SEG Denver meeting may generate an official invitation letter using the form found on the Annual Meeting Web site (link below). This form will generate a letter which can be printed and used in obtaining a visa. Please note that this letter does not guarantee that applicants will be granted a visa, nor does it commit SEG to pay any expenses incurred by the applicant.
Membership Application Instructions Now in Five Languages
Instructions for completing Active, Associate, Student and Global membership applications are now offered in Arabic, Russian, Spanish, French, and Traditional Chinese. Membership applications and instructions are available in PDF format for printing and emailing to friends and colleagues. Recruit a new member today and be eligible for prizes in the 2004 Member-Get-A-Member campaign.
The 2004 Member-Get-A-Member campaign just completed round 2 with 95 SEG members recruiting a total of 295 new members from February 1. Watch for 2nd round drawing winners to be announced soon. The 3rd round begins on June 1 and runs through September 30. Keep recruiting! All members recruiting Active and Associate members will also be eligible for the Grand Prize Drawing to be held in October at the Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado. The more members you recruit, the more chances you have to win!
Round 2 Drawing Winners
The prize drawing was held at the SEG Business Office on June 2, 2004. Judy Paull, SEG HR/Membership Manager, drew the names.
Acquisition Prize - $100 SEG Book Mart Voucher – Edward Vincent Zinni
New Associate or Active Member Prize - $50 SEG Book Mart Voucher – Luiz Carlos Rodrigues Almeid
Field Camp Trainer Prize - $50 SEG Book Mart Voucher – Ifeanyichukwu C. Ezeanyagu
New Student Member Prize - $50 SEG Book Mart Voucher – Ayodeji Adebayo Ademsou
The Global Colleague
Synergy Prize - $50 SEG Book Mart Voucher – Kugbere Emumejaye
New Global Member Prize - $50 SEG Book Mart Voucher – Surajit Haldar
Coming Up in The Leading Edge
The June issue of The Leading Edge contains several case histories involving new instrumentation which allow "Geophysics for real-time drilling decisions." The July issue will contain the biographies and position statements of the candidates for the 2004-2005 SEG Executive Committee and a special section on "Near-surface problems and solutions.
2004 SEG/EAGE Summer Research Workshop
"Characterization of Fractured Reservoirs
August 1-5, 2004 Vancouver, British Columbia
The focus of the workshop is characterization of fractured reservoirs from many different scales and techniques.
SEG is offering Continuing Education courses in Oklahoma City in July, and in Houston in November. Please visit the SEG Professional Development website for more information. Registration is open for both venues.
The schedule for the 2004 SEG/EAGE DISC by Paul Weimer, titled "Petroleum Systems of Deepwater Settings," has been posted on the SEG website.
Membership Applications in Six Languages
Order Geophysics in Print
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Membership Campaign Winners
SEG Annual Meeting 2004
2004 Summer Research Workshop
July 20-21, 2004
Oklahoma City, OK
Seismic Anisotropy: Basic Theory and Applications in Exploration and Reservoir Characterization
and Vladimir Grechka
Application and Interpretation of Converted Waves
and James Gaiser
July 20-23, 2004
Oklahoma City, OK
A Practical Understanding of Migration and Dip Moveout
July 22-23, 2004
Oklahoma City, OK
Planning and Operating a Land 3D Seismic Survey
and Peter Eick
Seismic Fluid Detection, Reservoir Delineation, and Recovery Monitoring: The Rock Physics Basis
3D Seismic Attributes for Prospect Identification and Reservoir Characterization
The Microtremor Survey Method
by Hiroshi Okada,
translated by Koya Suto
Hardrock Seismic Exploration
edited by David W. Eaton,
and Matthew H. Salisbury
2003 Technical Program Expanded Abstracts
Geostatistics for Seismic Data Integration in Earth Models
by Olivier Dubrule
Interpretation of Three-Dimensional Seismic Data, sixth edition
by Alistair R. Brown
(copublished with AAPG)
Problems in Exploration Seismology and their Solutions
by Robert E. Sheriff
and Lloyd P. Geldart
Petroleum Systems of Deepwater Settings
2004 DISC book
by Paul Weimer
and Roger M. Slatt