Vol 7, Issue 5
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Annual Meeting Technical Program | Heavy Equipment at the Annual Meeting | Distinguished Instructor Short Course | Distinguished & Honorary Lecturer | SEP applications | Continuing Education Courses | TLE & Geophysics | Member Services | SPE call for papers
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Annual Meeting Technical Program
The abstract submission system is now closed, and all abstracts are under review. The Technical Program schedule will be finalized in the coming months. Authors should expect to receive notification regarding the status of their abstracts in June.
Heavy equipment at the Annual Meeting
Heavy Equipment will be one of many areas to visit in the Exhibition in Houston 2009. If you have thought it too expensive to display, the SEG is offering a special booth rental fee for trucks, boats, drilling rigs, etc. More information is available on the Exhibitors Information at Houston Web page.
May TLE: Seismic modeling
The May issue of The Leading Edge features a special section on seismic modeling. Also check out this month’s Interpreter’s Corner on 3D inversion of lithological properties by Anders Draege et al.
Geophysics invites hydrogeophysics papers
Geophysics is accepting papers until 31 July 2009 for the special section or supplement on Hydrogeophysics — Electric or Electromagnetic Methods to be published with the July-August 2010 issue.
Reference Publications invites online
book proposal submissions
SEG's Reference Publications program has launched Aries System's Editorial Manager, a Web-based system for submission, review, and tracking of new proposals and books in development. Potential authors and editors may download a book proposal submission worksheet to view a list of questions asked during the online proposal submission process.
Jack Bouska's DL tour, featuring his presentation Integrating seismic acquisition and processing, goes to Australia and South Africa. Go online to view Bouska's abstract and schedule.
Per Avseth continues his HL tour in Europe, presenting his lecture Mind the gap in seismic reservoir prediction: How rock physics can bridge the gap between qualitative geology and quantitative geophysics. Go online to view Avseth's abstract and schedule.
Pacific South HL Andrew S. Long begins his lecture tour Multi-azimuth and Wide-azimuth Seismic: Foundations, Challenges, and Opportunities in May to Indonesia, New Zealand, and Australia. You can view his abstract and itinerary online.
South and East Asia HL C. H. Mehta starts his presentation tour Significance of Fresnal Zones in Seismic Reflection Prospecting in May to Taiwan. Mehta's abstract and itinerary can be viewed online.
SEG/ExxonMobil Student Education Program
Applications for the SEG/ExxonMobil Student Education Program (SEP) in North America are due by 1 July 2009. Visit us online for more information about SEP and how to apply.
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