Student E-Lectures

 Besides many offline educational student activities, EAGE also offers E-Lectures, specifically designed for student audiences. The videos cover a specific or more general geoscience or engineering topic and last for about 10 to 15 minutes. While many of the E-Lectures are presented for a professional audience, we have now also started recording student E-Lectures, custom-made for students.


Seismic 


Frequency Decomposition of Seismic Data                                    

 Gaynor Paton
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Cognition and Seismic Interpretation                                

    Gaynor Paton
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Reservoir Characterization 


Chasing Channel Sands                                            

    Peter Lloyd
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A Tutorial on Gassmann’s Fluid Substitutions

    Pierre-Olivier Lys
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Microseismic Monitoring of a Tight Light Oil Reservoir      

    John Duhault
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An Analytical Approach to Hydraulic Fracturing

    John Duhault
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Sedimentology and Reservoir Properties of Chalk

    John D. Humphrey
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Chalk Porosity and Diagenesis

    John D. Humphrey
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Petrophysics


Petrographic Coded Correlations in Petrophysics                                            

    Nina Gegenhuber
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CCS and Decarbonization

How to Store CO2 Underground                                    

    Philip Ringrose
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Near Surface


Near Surface Geophysics for Engineering                                       

    George Tuckwell
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Non-seismic Methods 


Marine CSEM - Understand the Quintessence                           

    Ludovic Peignard
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Artificial Intelligence and Data Analysis 


Combining Machine Learning and Musical Attributes for Seismic Facies Classification                                   

 Paolo Dell'Aversana
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Cracking Open the Black Box                                                                      
   

    Jesper Sören Dramsch
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