Seismology Resources

Getting Started in Reflection Seismology

[See the OnLine Refraction Primer and the OnLine Glossary of Sesimology Terms -- produced by Drs. Tom Boyd and Phil Roemig, Colorado School of Mines]

Seismology Resources

  1. Claerbout's Classroom
    [papers from the office of Professor Claerbout, Stanford]

  2. Council of the National Seismic System
    [searchable index of earthquake epicenters]

  3. Deep Seismic Reflection Web Sites

  4. Inversion Resorces
    [from the University of British Columbia]

  5. The IRIS Data Management Center
    [The Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology is a university research consortium dedicated to exploring the Earth's interior through the collection and distribution of seismographic data.]

  6. Seismic Refraction Case Studies
    [from the University of British Columbia]

  7. 2-D and 3-D Pseudo-Seismic Transforms of Wireline Logs: A Seismic Approach to Petrophysical Sequence Stratigraphy
    [Kansas Geological Survey]

  8. introduction to Wavelets

  9. Utah Tomography, Modeling and Migration Studies
    [The mission of the Utah Tomography And Modeling/Migration (UTAM) consortium is to develop innovative tomography, modeling and migration methods for exploration geophysics. We provide a library of modeling, migration and inversion codes to our members, where most of the forward modeling codes are SU compatible. The consortium started in 1987 and our current staff consists of 8 graduate students, one post-doctor research scientist, and Prof. Gerard Schuster. ]

  10. Wavelet Digest
    [U. South Carolina, subscribe at no charge]

  11. Wavelet Resources
    [extensive listing of courses and reference materials]