About the Course
3. Using convolution we can then create a synthetic seismic trace
The limitations and pitfalls will be discussed, and lead to later Knowledgettes on Rock Physics, Absorption, and AvO
Wavelets and Polarity
Alan Jackson received his degrees in Physics and Mathematics from Rice University, and a Masters degree in Astrophysics from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Until his retirement, he spent 36 years working for Shell Oil company in Houston, Texas. During his career with Shell he worked as a seismic processor, an onshore and offshore interpreter, and spent 10 years at the research lab. He received the designation Subject Matter Expert in AvO and Rock Physics. While at Shell he developed and taught a variety of training classes on geophysical topics, primarily on Quantitative Interpretation. Alan also served on the editorial board for The Leading Edge, and chaired the board for one year. He is currently serving on the Publications committee of the SEG, enjoying retirement, and consulting on the side.
He may be reached at [email protected]om
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