Interpretation, as it is stated on the first page of every issue, is a “Journal of subsurface characterization” and “aims to advance the practice of subsurface interpretation.” This purpose makes the journal multidisciplinary, open for publications from a wide variety of applied-geophysics and geology topics, applications, and industries. In the past, the vast majority of the papers has come from the oil and gas industry and special sections and technical papers have addressed petroleum industry related geoscience topics. This is understandable as the large majority of the contributors work in this industry where most of the SEG membership also...
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Making Interpretation more diverse
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Balazs Nemeth, Vsevolod Egorov, Kurt Marfurt; Making Interpretation more diverse. Interpretation ; 8 (2): 1M–2M. doi: https://doi.org/10.1190/INT-2020-0407-FE.1
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