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Seismic Soundoff

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25 Jul 2019

Episode 61: How plate tectonics changed the geosciences

In this episode, host Andrew Geary speaks with Lynn Sykes on his new book, Plate Tectonics and Great Earthquakes: 50 Years of Earth-Shaking Events. Andrew and Lynn discuss how the theory of plate tectonics transformed earth science and the petroleum industry, how earthquakes are more damaging in the Central and Eastern parts of the United States, the role Maurice Ewing played in plate tectonics and Lynn's career, and more. 

13 Jun 2019

Episode 58: Understanding signals & The Beatles' connection to Fourier Analysis

In this episode, host Andrew Geary speaks with Michael Burianyk on his new book,  Understanding Signals: Basic waveform analysis from a geophysical perspective. In this concise and informative book, Michael walks the reader through one of the foundational principles of geophysics in a way all readers can benefit. This book will help inform all aspects of the field - from geologists to programmers to managers to experienced geophysicists. And they also discuss how Fourier Analysis and The Beatles relate. You will want to hear this one.

21 Sep 2017

Episode 22: Annual Meeting Preview

This episode previews the 87th Annual Meeting in Houston at the George R. Brown Convention Center from 24-29 September. Andrew Geary speaks with:

  • 1:02 – Dorsey Morrow, SEG Executive Director
  • 3:55 – Craig Beasley, Annual Meeting General Chairperson
  • 14:40 – Teresa Dallis, SEG Exhibition and Sponsorship Sales Representative 
  • 18:07 – Mihai Popovici, Technical Program Chairperson 

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