Scott Morris will be presenting the paper, Machine-Learned Mapping of Basin-wide Salt: Old Data–New Methods, at the 1st Subsurface Intelligence and Analytics Conference on March 5th. This is part of the Houston Geological Society's Applied Geoscience Conference and will be held at Anadarko's offices in The Woodlands. For more information, or a copy of the paper as submitted to the journal Geophysics, please contact Scott Morris.
The 13th Annual User Conference will be held on Thursday, April 25, 2019 at Anadarko's offices in The Woodlands. Registration is now available. As always, this event will present details about improvements from the past year and a look at future plans, including a forum for suggestions on that future.
The conference is intended for geologists, geophysicists, engineers, land specialists, GIS professionals/techs, and managers. The exchange of ideas and directions for our future development are still the top priority of the conference; we continue to aim for the informality and small size of past years. Registration is free, though limited, but we will do our best to accomodate those who wish to attend. More information will be included in newsletters in upcoming weeks, including a detailed agenda.