SEG Annual Meeting in review
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Big crowd in old San Antonio
SEG Annual MeetingMore than 8500 visitors from all parts of the world convened in sunny San Antonio, Texas, to discuss the very latest in geoscience research, view exhibitions, attend workshops, visit friends and colleagues, and enjoy the sights during SEG's Annual Meeting 23-28 September. Read on for highlights and photos from this record-setting meeting.
Photos from San Antonio

2007 SEG Forum gallery2007 Challenge Bowl gallery2007 Icebreaker gallery
2007 International Showcase gallery2007 Student Reception Gallery2007 Foundation Lunch Gallery
2007 Applied Science Gallery2007 ULG Lunch Gallery2007 Icebreaker Gallery
Engaging the Future: SEG/Chevron Student Leadership Symposium 2007
2007 Student Leadership SymposiumForty-one students from 16 countries representing 36 universities convened in San Antonio on Saturday for the first annual SEG/Chevron Student Leadership Symposium.
SEG Forum
2007 SEG Forum Key experts in unconventional resource geophysics delivered their talks to a packed crowd of more than 500 Annual Meeting attendees during the SEG Forum, the most popular technical session of the meeting.
Global Theatre speakers discuss challenges in Latin America
2007 Global TheatreGlobal Theatre presentations on Tuesday had a Latin American focus with speakers from energy agencies, oil and gas companies, and universities in Latin America and the Caribbean. The speeches dealt with the geologic and organizational challenges of exploration in Latin America and the different approaches countries are using to pursue sustainable development.
 
Thomsen paints upbeat picture of SEG
Leon ThomsenLeon Thomsen, 2006-2007 SEG president, was optimistic about the state of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists and its prospects for the future. He delivered his Presidential Address after the Honors & Awards presentations on Sunday afternoon. Thomsen cited several reasons for his optimism.
More articles
Latin American Luncheon focuses on deepwater exploration
Applied Science program plumbs depths of earthquakes and tsunamis
Houston team wins second SEG Challenge Bowl
SEG Foundation luncheon honors donors, investors
SEG Foundation launches $15 million campaign
Postmortem of the 2007 technical program
Message for the future: Remember SEG San Antonio
Annual Meeting makes great strides for students

 
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