|Vol 5, Issue 6 |
This newsletter is published monthly by the Society of Exploration Geophysicists to inform members worldwide about SEG programs and opportunities. Read past issues of SEG Extra or subscribe to future issues.
|SEG Education Week is fast approaching |
Register now for SEG Education Week, which will be held on 11-12 and 13-14 February 2008 in Houston (USA). Four courses are available, each with a separate registration page: AVO: Seismic Lithology; Seismic Fluid Detection, Reservoir Delineation, and Recovery; A Practical Understanding of Pre- and Post-Stack Migration; and Magnetotellurics for Natural Resources.
Don Steeples' gives Distinguished Lecturer talk
You will not want to miss Distinguished Lecturer Don Steeples' talk "Some stupid shallow seismic experiments I have done." Steeples' next three presentations will take place at the Near Surface Geophysics Section of SEG in Orlando, Fla. (6 December), the Southwest Louisiana Geophysical Society in Lafayette, La. (11 December), and the Geophysical Society of Tulsa in Tulsa, Okla. (13 December).
|Nominate a colleague for an award |
The SEG Honors and Awards Committee requests nominations for deserving recipients to be honored at the 2008 Annual Meeting.
|Foundation offers scholarship opportunities |
Applications are being accepted through 1 February 2008 for scholarships in applied geophysics or closely related fields.
|SEAM deadline will be here soon |
Phase I of the SEG Advanced Modeling Corporation has 16 participants already dedicated to leading-edge geophysical numerical modeling; join this industry consortium before 31 December 2007 to avoid a late entry fee.
|Apply to join SEG/Chevron Student |
Apply to join us in Las Vegas in November 2008. The SEG/Chevron Student Leadership Symposium (SLS) offers travel grants to students who are currently active officers of an SEG Student Section.
Education Program opens
The SEG/ExxonMobil Student Education Program is a two-day course on the subject of multi-interdisciplinary subsurface integration for exploration and production.
Read the Anomaly student newsletter
Students, keep up with your quarterly dose of SEG-related news and announcements by reading the SEG student newsletter, the Anomaly.
Spring Expo job fair a success EXPO at University of Oklahoma is an energetic, lively annual job fair bringing students and energy-related companies together.
| Get RSS feeds for TLE or GEOPHYSICS |
SEG's Digital Library now offers RSS feeds for articles in both TLE and GEOPHYSICS.
GEOPHYSICS seeks Best Paper nominations
SEG Editor Kees Wapenaar encourages members to review papers published in 2007 and e-mail GEOPHYSICS Best Paper nominations by 14 March 2008.
THE LEADING EDGE features AVO
December TLE's special section topic is AVO with 11 special section articles.
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11-14 February 2008
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Education Week WEST Houston
AVO: Seismic Lithology
Seismic Fluid Detection, Reservoir Delineation and Recovery
A Practical Understanding of Pre- and Post-Stack Migration
Magnetotellurics for Natural Resources
3D Seismic Imaging by B. Biondi
Seismic Attribute Mapping for Prospect Identification and Reservoir Characterization by S. Chopra and K. J. Marfurt
Seismic True-Amplitude Imaging by J. Schleicher, M. Tygel, and P. Hubral
Classics of Elastic Wave Theory edited by M. A. Pelissier, H. Hoeber, N. van de Coevering and I. F. Jones