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  • Society of Exploration Geophysicists updates preprint policy

    Authors gain expanded options for posting SEG has updated its policy on preprints by extending to authors of manuscripts under review with Society publications the right to post their unreviewed work on noncommercial preprint servers. Posting manuscripts to preprint servers no longer is regarded by Society editorial leaders as prior publication — which usually eliminates…

  • Interpretation leadership team set for 2019–2021

    SEG and AAPG have appointed Nemeth and Marfurt to journal posts The Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) and American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) have appointed Balazs Nemeth as Editor-in-Chief and Kurt Marfurt as Deputy Editor to lead the copublished journal, Interpretation, for 2019–2021. Nemeth has been an associate editor of the journal since 2015. A…

  • Geoscientists Without Borders has Tulsa ties but worldwide reach

    Tulsa World, 10 July 2018 Geoscientists Without Borders®, an idea conceived and nurtured by an international organization based in Tulsa, has helped far more than 1 million people around the world in the past decade.

  • How are earthquakes affecting Oklahoma’s infrastructure? Expert says it’s a ‘huge’ issue

    Tulsa World, 19 May 2018 Experts review damage to infrastructure that may accumulate over time.

  • ‘It All Relies On Geophysical Data’

    E&P, 1 November 2017 “Geophysical data are a part of everything that we do,” Stephen Greenlee, president of ExxonMobil Exploration Co., told a roomful of people gathered for the opening session of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists International Exposition and Annual Meeting in September.

  • Geophysicist visits Tulsa to talk earthquakes, injection wells

    KRMG, 8 November 2017 Tuesday, a geophysicist with an international reputation visited Tulsa as part of a North American lecture tour sponsored by the Society of Exploration Geophysicists.