Feb 28-Mar 3-Webinar: Topics in Land Seismic Data Acquisition, Processing and Inversion

Feb 28 to Mar 3 Webinar
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A Live Webinar featuring, Oz Yilmaz, Director of Anatolian Geophysical & CTO of GeoTomo LLC

Duration/Format: 4 half-day interactive webinar sessions, Feb 28, Mar 1, 2, 3, 2017 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Central Time (Houston, USA)




Using the desktop in your own home or office find out what you need to know (or knew and forgot) about land seismic presented by a technological leader for the industry. Topics to be covered include:

Shot-receiver spatial sampling requirements in land seismic data acquisition, large-offset recording, swath-line recording, the meaning of the near-surface in exploration seismology, seismic wave velocities in the near-surface, factors that influence surface-wave propagation in the nearsurface --- source depth, velocity contrast between the near-surface and the subsurface, thickness of the near-surface, near-surface geometry, near-surface velocities, near-surface heterogeneities, wave attenuation in the near-surface, surface topography, and recording geometry --- workflows and case studies for near-surface modeling by traveltime inversion and image-based near-surface modeling for statics corrections, workflow and case studies for subsurface imaging in areas with irregular topography, complex near-surface and complex subsurface.

Oz Yilmaz received his B.S. in Geology with Geophysics Option from the University of Missouri-Rolla in 1970, M.S. in Geophysics with research in rock physics and earthquake seismology from Stanford University in 1972, and after five years in the industry, a Ph.D. in Geophysics with research in exploration seismology from Stanford University in 1979. Aside from numerous publications on all aspects of seismic data analysis, Oz wrote three books published by SEG --- Seismic Data Processing (1987), Seismic Data Analysis (2001), and Engineering Seismology (2015).

Course abstract provided soon

Webinar Pricing
Per Person
Individual Registration
 $390
 Company/Group 2-10
 $325
Company/Group 11+
 $295
 Individual Student
 $100
Student Group
 $60

When
2/28/2017 10:00 AM - 3/3/2017 2:00 PM

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