Abstract

Imagine a typical workday in the life of a seismic interpreter, and then make that day quite atypical and extraordinary by allowing it to span 75 years of interpretation history. Imagine that the interpreter begins that day at 8 a.m. with the technology of 1930, the year in which SEG was founded, and ends at 5 p.m. with the technology of 2005, the year of SEG's 75th Anniversary. Imagine that he's on the leading edge of the wave of innovation, able to actively employ interpretation technologies within the first few minutes of their development.

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