Publication Committee For Books

Publication Committee For Books

The Publication Committee For Books advise the Publications Officer on whether a book is worthy of publication and suggest possible referees for the final book proposal. The Publication Officer is the Chairman of the Book Publication Committee.
EAGE covers the full range of topics within Geosciences and Engineering and the committee members need to reflect this range and should therefore be comprised of geoscientists and engineers with a range of expertise. The members of the Book Publication Committee will be appointed for the periods of two years and can be re-appointed for new two-year period twice for a maximum period of six years.

Current members of the Publications Committee are:

Jean-Jacques Biteau Basin analysis, Formation evaluation, migration & basin modelling, diagenesis, Reservoir description, Seismic interpretation, Structural analysis, Sedimentology
Prof. Alain Tabbagh Near Surface Geophysics; EM induction methods, DC Resistivity methods, Potential methods and Geothermics.
Dr. Phil Christie Marine seismic acquisition physics, Well logging and formation evaluation, Rock physics, Seismic reservoir characterization, Time-lapse seismic, Continental margins
Dr. John Brittan General Seismic Data Processing, Seismic Data Imaging and Model Building, Demultiple, denoise and regularisation, Full-waveform inversion.
Prof. Hitoshi Mikado Applied Geophysics: Theories and praxis in exploration seismology, Seismic data processing, Seismic interpretation, Electromagnetic exploration, Petrophysics, Earthquake seismology, Volcano-seismology, Geodesy, Tectonophysics, Petroleum Engineering: Drilling engineering, Oceanic Engineering
Prof. Ann Muggeridge Reservoir engineering, flow in porous media, enhanced oil recovery, upscaling, CO2 sequestration, reservoir characterization, compartmentalization
Dr. Michael Welsh Structural geology and geomechanics, fault seal analysis, fault zone architecture, fracture analysis and prediction, and geomechanical modelling.
 Dr. Eric Verschuur Signal processing, seismic processing, wave theory, seismic modelling, multiple removal and multiple imaging, seismic imaging, inversion techniques