The past few decades witnessed several developments and advances in onshore acquisition technologies such as the implementation of long offset full azimuth, simultaneous blended broadband sources, point source point receiver, wireless and nodal data collection, distributed acoustic sensors (DAS), permanent monitoring, etc. All of which improved our understanding of the subsurface while introducing new inherent challenges related to handling large data volumes and the need to optimize seismic processing methods and workflows for maximum value extraction. Shallow marine or shallow water acquisition on the other hand, are generally more operationally challenging than land or deep-water marine acquisition. Coastal areas require different equipment, techniques, and operational logistics than those used onshore. Variations in sea-bottom sediments, tidal effects, and bathymetry normally call for special data acquisition equipment and sophisticated fit-for-purpose processing sequences to ensure continuity of seismic information tying onshore to shallow water marine. The establishment of accurate ties between various modes of seismic surveys (land, shallow marine, and marine) should be carefully considered during survey design and data acquisition as well as processing phases to achieve optimal integrated results. This workshop will review and discuss ongoing challenges, developments, and best practices covering onshore and shallow water acquisition as well as advances in the related data processing. It will also provide insights and a forward look into industry directions.