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 米国物理探査学会(SEG)は2016年3月6~7日にバーレーンでワークショップを開催します。詳細は下記をご覧ください。

  

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http://www.seg.org/events/upcoming-seg-meetings/2016/ns-modelling-imaging-20162nd SEG/DGS Workshop

 

Near Surface Modeling and Imaging

 

CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS

 

Submission Deadline: 24 August 2015

 

Submit your abstract now!

http://www.seg.org/documents/10161/11572966/Bahrain16-NS-C4P-web.pdf

Date 6-7 March 2016

Location InterContinental Regency Bahrain Manama, Bahrain

http://www.seg.org/events/upcoming-seg-meetings/2016/ns-modelling-imaging-2016

 Sponsored by: Society of Exploration Geophysicists of Japan

 Please send us an email  mailto: okocak@seg.org?subject=2016

Near Surface Workshop: Call for Papers

 The first edition of the workshop held in 2014 was well attended by geoscientists from a wide geographic area including North America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. A broad range of near-surface disciplines was represented from academia and industry covering aspects of engineering and hydrocarbon exploration. The workshop led to a greater understanding of the importance of knowledge sharing among various disciplines in the modeling and imaging of the near surface. The workshop also explored emerging and underdeveloped techniques including ground-penetrating radar, full-waveform inversion, and surface waves. The need for further understanding of guided waves, anisotropy, velocity inversions, and the creation of an inclusive near surface model was identified.

 

The objective of the upcoming 2016 Workshop http://www.seg.org/events/upcoming-seg-meetings/2016/ns-modelling-imaging-2016 is to follow up on 2014 discussions and to share recent case studies and advancements in emerging technologies addressing the near surface modeling, imaging and characterization challenges.

 We invite contributions related to near-surface characterization which include:

challenging case histories

seismic methods (refraction, tomography, etc.)

nonseismic methods

surface-wave inversion

extreme gradients and velocity inversion

joint inversion of seismic and nonseismic data

dynamic corrections, datuming, and imaging

time versus depth imaging

emerging technologies (FWI, interferometry, passive seismic, etc.)

remote sensing

refraction and reflection tomography: bridging the gap between shallow and deep

forward modeling

prospect-generation risk assessment

geohazards

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