What is 4D seismics?

4D seismics is hype. It’s the new stuff. But 4D is also somewhat obscure, so when I started telling people telling that I had landed a job in 4D seismics, the most common […]

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Pyroclastic flows at Volcán de Fuego, Guatemala

This timelapse video of Volcán de Fuego shows a pyroclastic flow rushing down the flank of the crater.

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Cascading Earthquakes – Seismic waves can trigger another earthquake

Earthquakes teach us about the interior workings of Earth. Without them, we would not know about the core or any layering deeper than a couple kilometers. Researchers from the Los Alamos National Laboratory, […]

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Geophysyphus

Here at the way of the geophysicist. We love neologisms. How do you like this one?   The Story of Sisyphus Sisyphus is a figure from Greek mythology. He was a pretty smart fellow, […]

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Build a Common Reflection Surface Workflow in 6 easy steps

This article aims to be an in-depth article about building a workflow suited for proper use of the Common Reflection Surface. This resource is aimed at a specialist audience, however maybe this is […]

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Rethinking the Common Reflection Surface Processing Tool

I worked with the seismic processing algorithm Common Reflection Surface for the past years. During this time I have come to the following conclusion: CRS has a marketing problem. I have worked with […]

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Seismic Processing – 7 proven tipps to make you a better processor

Seismic data processing is an art and a science. The open source software Seismic Unix has modules for over 20 migration routines, other packages do so as well. Before we get to choosing […]

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Artificial lava meets ice and water

A team of scientists and artists pour molten basalt into ice and water. When artificial lava meets ice, spectacular images are created. See for yourself and marvel at the explanation of F Yeah […]

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The subjective science of seismic interpretation

The final step in the work with seismic data is seismic interpretation. In a scientific field called geophysics, interpretation sounds highly subjective; Very different from the usual statistics, ray and wave phenomenae. This […]

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Do we even need math? – Calculus in geophysics and geology

The amount of calculus in geophysics and geology degrees varies throughout every university and even in uni itself, there seldomly is a consensus on how much math is actually needed. Jascha Polet from […]

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