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The Geophysical Society of Pittsburgh is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the science of geophysics in the Appalachian Basin. We are an official section of the Society of Exploration Geophysics (SEG). Monthly meetings are generally held from September to May on the first Tuesday of each month at various locations around the Greater Pittsburgh area. However, be sure to check the event calendar as exceptions to this rule occur often. All interested parties are encouraged to attend.



Utilizing 2-D and 3-D Near-Surface Geophysics to Generate Improved Surface and Subsurface Geologic Maps


Geological Society of America Session T65:

We would like to bring your attention to Geological Society of America Session T65 (Utilizing 2-D and 3-D Near-Surface Geophysics to Generate Improved Surface and Subsurface Geologic Maps) and encourage you to submit.  Download Details

Upcoming events

March 01, 2016 1:00 PM (EST) • Cefalo's, 428 Washington Ave. Carnegie, PA (See detour info)


February 2 GSP Meeting

Cefalo's Restaurant, Carnegie, PA

5:00


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More from Less, A New Concept in 3D Design and Future Applications in the Appalachian Basin
Tom Fleure

Abstract: In many areas of the world difficulties in obtaining both environmental and land owner permits have led to increased constraints on surface access for seismic acquisition. These surface constraints can affect both the way we record 3D surveys and the way we think about the 3D design process.  READ MORE


With more than 30 years of experience in the seismic industry, Tom Fleure has a broad knowledge of exploration geophysics ranging from field parameter design to signal processing. More specifically, his areas of expertise and research have included advanced vibroseis techniques and custom designs of explosives for application as seismic sources.

     Mr. Fleure is the inventor or co-inventor on two patents in these research areas. Prior to joining Global he held several senior management positions, both in technology and operations, with Western Geophysical and its successor WesternGeco and is co-founder of Global Geophysical where he serves as Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer. Fleure has a bachelor’s degree in geophysical engineering from the Colorado School of Mines.




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