The goal of this course is to create a basic intuition for the value of DAS seismic measurements as well as the acquisition and processing decisions that affect its quality. The ever-present trade-offs will be discussed between resolution and signal to noise ratio. The limitation of one component measurements will be countered by the advantage of spatially dense sampling. After taking this course, it will be easier for the technologist to decide whether to acquire seismic data using DAS, as well as how to choose optimum acquisition and processing parameters.
Negotiation is an integral part of professional life. Negotiating a job contract is one of the first things we do (hopefully) when leaving school. While in graduate school — or on the job — numerous occasions arise where we need to negotiate, and it is important that we can stand up for our interest by effective negotiation. Yet many of us are not comfortable negotiating, or don't know how to negotiate. In this webinar we explore internal barriers we may face to enter a negotiation. We will cover the basics of negotiation, which involve knowing what you want or need, and conversation methods that encourage the other party to move towards your needs while maintaining a positive dialogue. We discuss simple practices that help you become more comfortable with negotiation.
In this lecture, we will discuss the ways how to obtain 3D images under elevated temperature and stress conditions, as well the challenges with the imaging and further image processing. Finally, we will provide some results to demonstrate how microstructure of the rocks can be link to transport and elastic properties of rocks measured on bigger samples.
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