Since our last release, SeisWare 9.2, we’ve made a few changes. This is our first release under our new branding, Geophysics by SeisWare.
Our goal with version 10.0, as always, is to simplify workflows and provide you with the interpretation and visualization tools you need to perform a thorough analysis of new and existing resource plays.
We wrapped up another SEG Annual Meeting, this year in Houston. It was an unusual
Doug Paul is giving a talk on his paper Identifying Lower Silurian Niagaran (Guelph) Formation Reefs
On April 4th, the University of Calgary’s Rundle Group of Geology and Geophysical Undergraduate Student Society hosted