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Upcoming Special Sections

Submission deadline: 1 August 2015

Publication of issue: May 2016

Advanced logs and interpretation

Special section editors: Yao Peng, Burkay Donderici, Tie Sun, Vivek Anand, Xiaogang Han

Seismic data conditioning

Special section editors: Doug Cook, Kurt Marfurt, Bo Zhang, Rick Lindsay, Scott Singleton, David Williams, Peter Harris, Ross Peebles, Wayne Nowry, Paul Constance, Steve Roche

The South China Sea Deep-Water: Stratigraphy, sedimentology, and resources

Special section editors: Guangfa Zhong, Hongliu Zeng, Shiguo Wu, Char-Shine Liu, Weilin Zhu, Shengxiong Yang, Xinony Xie, Haibin Song

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Current Issue: May 2015, Volume 3, Issue 2

Interpretation is a new, peer-reviewed journal for advancing the practice of subsurface interpretation. It is jointly published by the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) and the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG). Announcement

Interpretation includes papers directly related to the practice of interpretation of the Earth’s subsurface for exploration and extraction of mineral resources and for environmental and engineering applications.

The journal aims to accelerate innovation in interpretation for resource exploration, exploitation, and environmental stewardship.

Submit to Interpretation

Interpretation seeks papers directly relevant to the practice of interpretation of the earth's subsurface for exploration and extraction of mineral resources and for environmental and engineering applications. Relevant contributions to Interpretation include, but are not limited to, submissions that advance geophysical or geologic concepts and principles of interpretation; correlation and calibration with engineering data; planning and evaluation of alternative completion strategies; case studies; algorithms for interpretation tools; and workflows, pitfalls, observations, insights, technical challenges, and tutorials.

An Interpretation article is not required to contain an interpretation; it only has to help advance the practice of interpretation. Likewise an article may focus on interpretation of a data set if this provides significant new insight on the geology of an area or on the workflow used. Submit a paper at https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/interpretation.

Suggest a special section

Most issues of Interpretation will include a special section. To suggest a topic, e-mail interpretation@seg.org or contact one of the editors.