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Near-surface focus of new SEG president has Arctic application Bob Tippee

By: Tippee, Bob
Subject(s): Exploración sismica | Geofisica -- ártico | Industria del Petroleo | Perforación de pozos petroleros In: Oil & gas journal Vol.113, No.10, 2015: páginas 26-27Abstract: Having moved from seismic exploration into other areas of geophysical research, the new president of the Society of Exploration Geophysics still helps to find oil. But the oil John H. Bradford detects now isn't deep in the earth. It's oil released by accident in frozen seas and trapped beneath ice-a possibility for which the oil and gas industry must be prepared as exploration and development expand in the Arctic. Bradford, a professor in the Department of Geosciences at Boise State University, describes his primary research interest as "quantitative analysis of wave propagation based geophysical data, specifically seismic reflection and ground-penetrating radar (GPR)."
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Holdings: Oil & gas journal Vol.113, No.10, 2015: páginas 26-27

Having moved from seismic exploration into other areas of geophysical research, the new president of the Society of Exploration Geophysics still helps to find oil. But the oil John H. Bradford detects now isn't deep in the earth. It's oil released by accident in frozen seas and trapped beneath ice-a possibility for which the oil and gas industry must be prepared as exploration and development expand in the Arctic. Bradford, a professor in the Department of Geosciences at Boise State University, describes his primary research interest as "quantitative analysis of wave propagation based geophysical data, specifically seismic reflection and ground-penetrating radar (GPR)."

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