Now that Mardi Gras has passed, and hopefully the last of the ice storms for this winter, we turn our attention to warmer weather and outdoor pursuits. Warmer weather brings a couple of LGS related outdoor activities; our annual LGS Golf Tournament and at least one field trip.
LGS is arranging a . . . → Read More: Presidents Column – March 2014
LAFAYETTE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 2014 GOLF SCRAMBLE
Friday, April 11, 2014 1:00 PM SHOTGUN START Lunch at 11:30AM The Wetlands Golf Course
ENTRY FEE – $400 PER TEAM ($100/PERSON, Singles will be assigned) Mulligan’s at the door for $5/Person, $20/Team funding ULL Summer Field Trip RULES: 1. Participants should derive a portion of their . . . → Read More: LGS Golf Tournament April 11, 2014
Daniel J. Tearpock: August 31, 1948 (Nanticoke, PA) – February 9, 2014 (Houston, TX)
On Sunday, February 9, 2014, Daniel J. Tearpock passed away peacefully in his Houston home surrounded by family, following a three year battle with pancreatic cancer. He leaves behind a substantial personal and professional legacy, and will . . . → Read More: The Passing of Daniel J. Tearpock
Reflections On A Decade of U.S. Shale Plays Arthur E. Berman
The Barnett, Fayetteville and Haynesville shale gas plays are not profitable at $4/MMBtu Henry Hub gas prices. There are limited areas of the Marcellus Shale that are commercial at $4/MMBtu gas prices. The portions of shale gas plays . . . → Read More: Feb 2014 Lunch Meeting Info
Hope you all have fared well and stayed warm during the winter month of January. LGS goes into February at full steam starting Tuesday Feb 4th with our annual professional/student eat and greet at Deano’s Pizza, 305 Bertrand Dr. from 6:30 – 8:30 PM. This is a good opportunity for the future oil . . . → Read More: Presidents Column – February 2014
Download Link – January 2014 Bulletin
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Title: Near-surface solutions in seismic data processing
Near-surface variations associated with a rugged terrain and lateral velocity anomalies create not only a statics problem in seismic data processing, but a subsurface imaging problem with the uncertainty of the near-surface structures. In this presentation, we use synthetic models to demonstrate the pros and cons . . . → Read More: SWLGS Lunch Meeting – Jan 2014
Hope you had a Merry Christmas and are off to a great start in 2014! The LGS is rolling into the New Year with a filled out slate of lunch speakers, a professional/student eat and greet event, and planning underway for a spring field trip.
The results of the Constitutional amendments voting . . . → Read More: President’s Column – January 2014