Thursday, April 23 - Steve Syme - Near-surface solutions in seismic data processing
Monday, May 4 - DGGS Golf Tournament at The Tribute & Old American
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Comments from our President
April 1, 2015
We were delighted to see a PowerPoint review of the new website which was presented by our Web Master Dan Nietupski at the meeting on March 26. I speak for the whole Dallas Geophysical Society by expressing our appreciation for the considerable effort that has gone into this project that is so integral to the functioning of our organization. Dan has reported that he expects the new site to “go live” next week. Good things to come in the near future.
It was great that the March meeting was so well attended because we got to see the current list of nominees for the Board of Directors for the year to come. Many thanks to the volunteers. Additional nominees will be considered prior to the April meeting. Again this process is covered in detail on our website. The elected officers will be announced in May.
The topic for the April 23 meeting will be the nightmare of surface elevation statics (my title, not the speaker’s title). Steve Syme of Geo Tomo will offer a talk on “Near Surface Solutions”. A subject that is very appropriate with our current focus on land seismic imaging, and merging land seismic surveys.
Happy, hunting. See you at Brookhaven on Thursday April 23.
Dallas Geophysical Society