17th International Seismix Symposium
18 May 2016, Scotland, Aviemore

GWL took part in the 17th International Symposium on Deep Seismic Surveys Seismix 2016.

The symposium is one of the most important world events in the area of scientific studies of the Earth crust deep structure by modern seismic and seismological methods.

At the event, GWL presented its research work “Determination of parameters of the Earth’s crust types in the Eastern Black Sea Basin based on complex interpretation of reflection plus refraction seismic data and potential fields”.

Within the framework of this research, seismic data exchange was made with University of Southampton, integrated reprocessing of reflection and refraction seismic data from the eastern part of the Black Sea Basin, their integration with data on potential fields and subsequent interpretation and subdivision the crust types of the Eastern Depression of the Black Sea.

This work was performed in cooperation with University of Southampton and with support from one of the major players on the market of specialized software – the company Geosoft that out-licensed the Geosoft Oasis Montaj software on the grant basis to the group of scientists taking part in this project.

Scientific Cooperation Director, GWL Egor Krasinskiy and Professor of Geophysics, University of Southampton Tim A. Minshull

GWL’s boot

Seismix is an international symposium on seismic imaging that is held every two years. The first meeting was held at Cornell in 1984.

For more information about the event, please, visit http://www.abdn.ac.uk/geosciences/events/seismix-2016-1028.php

For more detail on University of Southampton — http://www.southampton.ac.uk/

For more detail on the company Geosoft — http://www.geosoft.com/