Dianna Shelander received her Bachelor’s degree in Physics with a Geophysics Option from Georgia Tech, and her Master’s degree in Exploration Geophysics from Stanford University. She worked with Amoco in Denver, CO, Unocal in Brea, CA, and in Sugar Land, TX, and is currently with Schlumberger’s Reservoir Seismic Services group in Houston, TX. Her expertise is in seismic data interpretation and she has roughly 30 years of industry experience working basins from Burma to Brazil to the Beaufort Sea. Other areas of experience include the Gulf of Mexico and various basins in the western US. In recent years Dianna has been working on Gulf of Mexico projects, with a focus on prediction and quantification of gas hydrates.