Seismology is entering an era of innovation where it is increasingly possible to record and utilize spatially unaliased wavefields for both structural and source studies with industry and research applications. We encourage seismologists pursuing science goals and methodologies associated with … Continue reading
Dear PCSSEG members, Here is the call-for-abstract notice for the 2014 joint Pacific Section AAPG / Pacific Section SEPM / Pacific Coast Section SEG meeting on April 27th – 30th, 2014 in Bakersfield. Please find more information on the attached … Continue reading
Please join us for the PCS-SEG monthly luncheon on Wednesday January 8th, 2014 at the Petroleum Club. The meeting will feature Marianne Rauch-Davies of Geomage. The title of her talk is “MultiFocusing reflection and diffraction imaging for signal improvement and … Continue reading
We will not have a meeting in December but we will have a talk in January. The details of the talk will be posted on Monday December 2nd.
Please join us for the PCS-SEG monthly luncheon on Tuesday November 5th at the Petroleum Club. The meeting will feature Robert Clayton, professor of Geophysics at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, Ca. The title of his talk is … Continue reading
2013 AAPG/SEG Distinguished Lecturer – Joseph Stefani – will give a luncheon talk Tuesday November 22nd at the Petroleum Club, on the topic of Earth Modeling and the seismic simulations. Abstract Bio This is a SJGS and PCS-SEG co-hosted event. … Continue reading
Please join us for the PCS-SEG monthly luncheon on Wednesday October 4th at the Petroleum Club. The meeting will feature the SEG 2013 Fall Distinguished Lecturer Carl Regone, Associate Editor of Geophysics and contractor for BP in Houston TX. The … Continue reading
Please join us for the PCS-SEG monthly Luncheon on September 4th at the Petroleum Club. The meeting will feature the 2013 SEG North American Honorary Lecturer Nick Moldoveanu of Western Geco. The title of his talk is “Evolution of marine acquisition … Continue reading
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