Monday, August 26, 2013

Geophysics @ UARK: It's alive!

Today began the first applied seismology class at the University of Arkansas in a very long time.  Perhaps since the 1980s.  Who knows? The name is simply Geophysics, but the scope is an ambitious overview of petroleum seismology concepts and methods, a lead-in to the 3D seismic interpretation course taught in spring.  Let the learning begin!

If you like, you can have a look at the syllabus.

Initial meeting of Geophysics class in a crowded mineralogy lab with 40 seats busting at the seams.  We have been moved to a 70-seat classroom, a welcome chance to spread out a bit.

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