CSEG Distinguished Lecture Tour

The CSEG is pleased to support the Distinguished Lecture Tour. This is a national lecture tour sponsored by the CSEG Foundation and presented by a distinguished member of the Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists (CSEG). The goal is to promote the science and application of geophysics to those working with, studying, and interested in the science of geophysics and highlights a topic of current interest.

If you are interested in hosting a lecture or have topics to suggest for future lectures, please contact:
Richard Smith

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2021-2022 CSEG Distinguished Lecture Tour

Geological storage of carbon and the role of Geophysics

Don White
2021-22 CSEG Distinguished Lecturer

Previous Lecture Tours

Crustal Fluids, Friction and Faults: What can we learn from injection-induced earthquakes?

Professor David Eaton
2019-20 CSEG Distinguished Lecturer

An Unconventional View of Geoscience

David Gray
2019 CSEG Distinguished Lecturer
Senior Geophysical Advisor, Global Exploration with Nexen

Adventures in Scientific Drilling: A Geophysicist’s Perspective

Doug Schmitt
2018 CSEG Distinguished Lecturer

Post-earthquake Seismic Reflection Survey, Christchurch, New Zealand

Dr. Don Lawton
2013 CSEG Distinguished Lecturer

Quantitative Interpretation, New Challenges, and Economic Value

Lee Hunt, P.Geoph
2012 CSEG Distinguished Lecturer

Seismic Attributes for Fracture Delineation

Satinder Chopra
2011 CSEG Distinguished Lecturer (Talk Option A)

Extracting Meaningful Information from Seismic Attributes

Satinder Chopra
2011 CSEG Distinguished Lecturer (Talk Option B)

What Else Can the Seismic Waveform Tell Us?

Dr. Gerhard Pratt
2008 CSEG Distinguished Lecturer

The old and the new in seismic inversion

Dr. Brian Russell
2007 CSEG Distinguished Lecturer