Currently, the SEG Continuing Education (CE) program is organized into six categories for a total of 23 courses in geophysics: seismic data acquisition (3 courses), processing (5), and interpretation (7); general studies, i.e., potential field/nonseismic (2); near‐surface geophysics (2); and exploration and production geophysics (4). These categories are natural subdivisions of the overall subject of geophysics as applied in exploration for and development of oil, gas, and minerals. SEG Continuing Education (CE) instructors are asked to do a lot—develop a course, generate materials, have them scrutinized, field reviewers' questions, discuss and make modifications, present the course, submit to student evaluation,...

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