Chris Liner from the University of Houston will give the EGLS talk this Friday Feb 17th

Chris Liner from the University of Houston will be giving a talk on Friday Feb 17 titled:

"Geophysical methods for CO2 sequestration, monitoring, and reservoir characterization"

Dr. Liner is Professor of Geophysics and Associated Chairman at the UH Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. His research interests include CO2 sequestration, reservoir characterization, seismic wave propagation, among many others. He was selected by the SEG to give the 2012 Distinguished Instructor Short Course titled: "Elements of Seismic Dispersion".

Dr. Liner was invited to give this talk about CO2 sequestration as a keynote address for the Australian SEG Convention in 2011. For an abstract of this talk, visit:
http://seismosblog.blogspot.com/2011/10/keynote-address-at-australian-seg.html

This will be the 9th lecture in our Exploration Geophysics Lecture Series. It is open to anyone interested in geophysics and will begin at 1:00pm in the Science and Research Building 1 (SR1), room 634.

Pizza will be provided!

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We hope to see you there!

For a complete list of past and future EGLS lectures, visit:
http://www.segwavelets.uh.edu/egls