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Vol. 8 Issue 4

TLE Digital Edition

SEG is proud to introduce the first digital issue of The Leading Edge. This new version of TLE is a page-by-page reproduction of the print issue, enhanced with a variety of rich features. Read more about this exciting new here.

  Meetings & Events
  6-9 June 2010 - SEG/SPE/AAPG Workshop on Shales:  Seal, Reservoir, and Source Advance registration deadline is 6 May 2010

18–22 July 2010 - D&P Forum: CO2 EOR and Sequestration

26–29 July 2010 - SEG Summer Research Workshop. Applications and abstracts are being accepted through 20 April 2010.

15–20 August 2010 - SEG/EAGE Summer Research Workshop

17–22 October, 2010 - SEG International Exposition and 80th Annual Meeting

triangleNominees selected for 2010 elections
A slate of nominees for the 2010-2011 Executive Committee has been selected. Read more about these candidates.


2010 DISC: Geophysics Under Stress
Colin Sayers presents Geophysics Under Stress: Geomechanical Applications of Seismic and Borehole Acoustic Waves in Houston, Dallas, and Calgary this month. In May this 2010 Distinguished Instructor Short Course (DISC) will be presented in South America and Asia. View the schedule and read more information here . The course book is available for purchase in the SEG Book Mart.


Need training? Enroll in a course.
Register now for upcoming courses in Houston, USA.

CE participants Petroleum Geology for Geophysicists,
Planning and Operating a Land 3D Seismic Survey,
Understanding Seismic Anisotropy in Exploration & Exploitation: Hands On, and
AVO: Seismic Lithology


triangleSEG/ExxonMobil Student Education Program
Applications for the SEG/ExxonMobil Student Education Program (SEP) in North America are due by 1 July 2010. Visit us online for more information about SEP and how to apply.


TLE April The April TLE holds our annual special section on Offshore Technology with seven articles examining current trends in the field. It also includes the Honors and Awards Citations presented at our 2009 Annual Meeting. This is also the first issue of TLE available in a digital version. Read our President's page for more details.
The May issue will focus on uncertainty analysis, and the June issue will examine borehole geophysics.



GeophysicsThe March-April issue of Geophysics includes a new department featuring dissertation abstracts. Recent Ph.D. graduates are invited to submit abstracts of their dissertations by completing and submitting the submission form. Abstracts are reviewed and accepted or rejected based on their perceived value to the readers of Geophysics.


trianglePrograms transform lives

Students gather seismic data at the Colorado School of Mines and Boise State University field camp.

You make a difference with scholarships
Did you know that the SEG Foundation, with financial support from donors like you, awarded US$415,020 in scholarships to 138 of the world's best geoscience students in 2009? SEG scholarships provide financial encouragement for bright students to bring their skills to our workforce.


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