The SEG International Exposition and Seventy-Second Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah, had more than 300 exhibitors, 630 oral and poster presentations, and an attendance of not quite 6000. In my opinion, the mood of the convention was mixed. There seemed to be significant activity for companies involved in prestack depth migration processing, special technical analyses, and some software vendors. The atmosphere was not as positive for many companies involved in seismic acquisition and related activities.

The following is similar to the summaries I wrote about the meetings in Calgary 2000, and San Antonio 2001, based on the technical...

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