The Magenta Gamma

Author by : Alfa Astartes
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Publisher by : Xlibris Corporation
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Description : The book captures a unique study of the Magenta Gamma as an art of the Far Eastern astrologers who invented the zodiac symbols and the related stars and constellations to understand and predict the human life cycles of the past and the future. The book immerses us into the complexity of the zodiac table and the cluster of stars, including the Magenta Gamma constellation, and provides us with a map of symbols and signs to discover a universe in our place for a glance at our future. It describes a variety of tools, which we can use to decipher and interpret our fate and destiny. Everything in nature has its own place, and every object has to travel through many stages before reaching its final destination, which is determined by the combination of many astrological influences and events. Human’s fate and destiny are a result of the powerful influence of the zodiac signs under which a person is born and the journey of the dominant zodiac stars and constellations in his or her life cycles. In the case of couples, the zodiac of a partner gives influences to the other and vice versa. Further, the zodiac combination of the parents would have significant impacts on the children’s generation as well as on the following grand-children’s generation, although, at a lesser degree. The author offers enlightened explanations of historic events, insightful answers to the questions of why things happen to some people and at a particular time and place, as well as picturesque folk stories about the origin of the zodiac signs. The study of the zodiac table is complex, and the book guides us through the life forms representing the zodiac signs or members of the table, the astrological rotations of the life cycles, the conflict and interaction among the members, the mechanisms that move or keep the stability of the table. The reading of the zodiac table takes us to a different world where the entity of the universe is considered the completion of physical and meta-physical dimensions. In this world, life is created in one of the five dimensions represented in nature. These five dimensions are: the Wood, the Fire, the Water, the Metal, and the Earth. Each dimension represents a life form, which is placed into six different types with different characteristics to determine the levels of influence. For example, the Wood life form is set in one of six different types: the Fragile Wood, the Solid Wood, the Great Oak Wood, the Willow Wood, the Charcoal Wood, and the Desert Wood. Among the tools for the interpretation of the zodiac table are the observation of the stars, the appraisal of natural events, the determination of the energy circulation, the evaluation of the land configuration, the reading of the hands and cards, and others. In addition to the zodiac table reading, the book also guides us through the intricacies of energy circulation from the cold stage of the Yin to the warm stage of the Yang. It shows us how both type of energies are represented in the characteristics of the female and male behaviors. The male actions are made on the logical and rational decisions. Men evaluate their world through physical and measurable characteristics, thus, living and acting within the three-dimensional world. However, the female actions are based more on emotions and feelings, and their world evaluation is based on non-physical and unquantifiable boundaries, thus, females live and act in a fourth dimensional world. The book also provides with a detailed account of the stars and constellations that influence human lives, the benefits or problems they convey (i.e., happiness, financial success, changes of life), their positions in the universal echelon to determine the level of influence, the variety and significance of the pathways traveled by the dominant celestials. There are 147 stars and constellations which greatly influence human lives and each one have their own c


The Reproduction Of Colour

Author by : R. W. G. Hunt
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Description : Increasing use of digital signals for transmitting data in television, photography and printing means the reproduction of pictorial colour in the 21st century continues to drive innovation in its development. Hunt’s classic text The Reproduction of Colour has been fully revised and updated for the sixth edition to provide a comprehensive introduction to colour imaging and colour reproduction. New illustrations, diagrams and photographs ensure that both students and practising engineers using colour images can gain a full understanding of the theory and practical applications behind the phenomena they encounter. Key features: Describes the fundamental principles of colour reproduction for photography, television, printing and electronic imaging. Provides detailed coverage of the physics of light and the property of colorants. Includes new chapters on digital printing and digital imaging, which discuss colour reproduction on HDTV and desktop publishing. Presents expanded coverage of the evaluation of colour appearance. The Reproduction of Colour is already used as a basis for lectures in universities and specialist institutions and continues to be an essential resource for scientists, engineers and developers needing to appreciate the technologies of colour perception. Reviews of the Fifth Edition: "The book is beautifully written and superbly presented. It is a credit to both author and publisher, and deserves to be on the shelves of anyone who has any concern with the reproduction of colour." From The Journal of Photographic Science, Vol. 43 1995 "Using his ability as a teacher, Dr Hunt has made potentially very difficult topics quite readable...he brings the insight that leads the reader to a greater depth of understanding." From Color Research and Application, Vol. 23 1998 The Society for Imaging Science and Technology is an international society that aims to advance the science and practices of image assessment. A major objective of the Wiley-IS&T series will be to explain the latest scientific and technological developments in the field of imaging at a professional level. The broad scope of the series will focus on imaging in all its aspects, with particular emphasis on digital printing, electronic imaging, photofinishing, image preservation, image assessment, image archiving, pre-press technologies and hybrid imaging systems.


The Cosmos

Author by : Jay M. Pasachoff
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : An exciting introduction to astronomy, using recent discoveries and stunning photography to inspire non-science majors about the Universe and science.


Very High Energy Gamma Ray Observations Of Pulsar Wind Nebulae And Cataclysmic Variable Stars With Magic And Development Of Trigger Systems For Iacts

Author by : Rubén López Coto
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This thesis is a comprehensive work that addresses many of the open questions currently being discusssed in the very-high-energy (VHE) gamma-ray community. It presents a detailed description of the MAGIC telescope together with a glimpse of the future Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA). One section is devoted to the design, development and characterization of trigger systems for current and future imaging atmospheric Cherenkov telescopes. The book also features a state-of-the-art description of pulsar wind nebula (PWN) systems, the study of the multi-TeV spectrum of the Crab nebula, as well as the discovery of VHE gamma rays at the multiwavelength PWN 3C 58, which were sought at these wavelengths for more than twenty years. It also includes the contextualization of this discovery amongst the current population of VHE gamma-ray PWNe. Cataclysmic variable stars represent a new source of gamma ray energies, and are also addressed here. In closing, the thesis reports on the systematic search for VHE gamma-ray emissions of AE Aquarii in a multiwavelength context and the search for VHE gamma-ray variability of novae during outbursts at different wavelengths.


Principles Of Color Photography

Author by : Ralph Merrill Evans
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Carbon Transfer Printing

Author by : Sandy King
Languange : en
Publisher by : CRC Press
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Description : Carbon Transfer Printing is a book about one of the earliest photographic processes that provided the first permanent printing methods, available in one form or another for over 150 years. This book reviews the extensive history of carbon transfer and related pigment processes in both monochrome and color, to serve as point source for a new carbon printer to begin to master the craft of carbon printing, as well as provide new material for experienced carbon printers so they can expand their techniques. The book includes never-before-published information on pre-sensitizing carbon tissue with newly identified compounds, information on the safe use and disposal of hexavalent chromium compounds, and simplified methods of producing 3-color carbon prints. Carbon Transfer Printing is divided into two parts, illustrated with 175 photographs. Part One is a complete how-to on the carbon transfer process, from simple to complex, with a troubleshooting guide and an extensive chapter on digital negatives. Part Two is devoted to contemporary carbon printers who share their methods and secrets to creating their beautiful carbon prints. Topics that the book covers are: Key events in carbon’s history How to organize the carbon workplace Sections on necessary supplies and equipment A step-by-step digital method of making high quality digital negatives Simple and advanced methods of carbon printing How to make carbon tissue, including several methods of pre-sensitizing How to choose UV light sources for printing in carbon Step-by-step processing directions How to prepare final support papers Troubleshooting carbon Multi-layer printing to add tone, or make a full color carbon print Finishing and final presentation of carbon prints A gallery of images and advice from contemporary carbon printers Carbon Transfer Printing is designed for both the beginning carbon enthusiast as well as for the advanced practitioner. Backed with extensive research on carbon printing from books, journals, and magazine articles from the 1800s to present day, and the extensive personal experience in carbon printing of the authors, there is enough information in this book to provide inspiration and proof of both the glorious past of carbon printmaking and its enduring importance to a new generation of image makers who value the handmade print.


Colorants For Non Textile Applications

Author by : H.S. Freeman
Languange : en
Publisher by : Elsevier
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Description : This volume examines the chemistry of natural and synthetic dyes produced for non-textile markets, where much new basic research in color chemistry is now taking place. The first group of chapters covers the design, synthesis, properties and application technology pertaining to dyes for digital printing and photography. The reader will be pleased with the breadth and depth of information presented in each case. Of particular interest is the discussion of strategies for the design of dyes in these categories, with emphasis on enhancing technical properties. In view of certain new developments, the ink-jet chapter includes results from studies pertaining to dyes for textiles. The three chapters comprising Section II of this volume cover the broad subject of dyes for food, drug and cosmetic applications and then provide an in-depth look at dyes for biomedical applications and molecular recognition. The chapter on dyes for molecular recognition places emphasis on applications in the biological sciences, including sensory materials and artificial receptors. While the former two topics have been covered elsewhere in the past, the present chapters are unequalled in scope. Section III provides an in-depth review of the design of laser dyes and dye-based functional materials. In the first of the two chapters, the major principles of laser operation are summarized. This is followed by a discussion of spectroscopic properties, such as activation and deactivation of absorbed light by laser dyes. Approaches to the development of new laser dyes are presented. The second chapter pertains to the synthesis of dicyanopyrazine-based multifunctional dyes. The visible and fluorescence spectra of these dyes in solution and the solid state are correlated with their three-dimensional molecular structures. Molecular stacking behavior and solid state properties of these "multifunctional" dye materials are presented. The final group of chapters pertains to natural dyes and dyes for natural substrates. In recent years, the impression among certain consumers that "natural" is better/safer has generated much interest in the use of natural dyes rather than synthetics. This has led to a few short discussion papers in which the environmental advantages to using natural dyes have been questioned. The initial chapter in this group provides both a historical look at natural dyes and a comprehensive compilation of natural dye structures and their sources. Though natural dyes are of interest as colorants for textiles, selected ones are used primarily in food and cosmetics. Chapter ten provides an update on the author's previous reviews of structure-color-relationships among precursors employed in the coloration of hair. Chemical constitutions characterizing hair dye structures are presented, along with a summary of available precursors and their environmental properties. Similarly, the chapter on leather dyes covers constitutions and nomenclature, in addition to providing interesting perspectives on the origin and use of leather, the dyeing of leather, and key environmental issues. This volume is concluded with another look at colors in nature. In this case, rather than revisiting colors in plant life, an interesting chapter dealing with color in the absence of colorants is presented. Chapter twelve covers basic concepts of color science and illustrates how 3-D assemblies leading to a plethora of colors are handled in nature. It is our hope that this atypical "color chemistry" chapter will invoke ideas that lead to the design of useful colorants. The chapters presented in this volume demonstrate that color chemistry still has much to offer individuals with inquiring minds who are searching for a career path. This work highlights the creativity of today's color chemists and the wide variety of interesting non-textile areas from which a career can be launched.


Adobe Photoshop 7 0 For Photographers

Author by : Martin Evening
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Publisher by : Taylor & Francis
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Description : Martin Evening's award-winning Adobe Photoshop for Photographers titles have become must-have reference sources - the only Photoshop books written to deal directly with the needs of photographers. This book contains a wealth of invaluable practical advice, with even more hints and tips to help you achieve professional-looking results. Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for Photographers begins with an introduction to working with digital images, providing essential, up-to-date information on everything from scanning devices to color management and output issues. Practical workshops show you how to master the essential techniques, with full coverage of all that's new in Photoshop 7.0, including: improved retouching techniques with the Healing Brush and Patch tool; removing color casts with the new Auto Color image adjustment feature; navigating, sorting and managing your photographs with the enhanced File Browser option; and how to save as many custom palette configurations as you like via the Workspace settings. Each technique is described in step-by-step detail, showing exactly which command to use, whether you're working on a Mac or PC. Detailed coverage is also given for Mac OSX users which Photoshop supports for the first time in version 7.0, as well as information on Windows XP for PC users. The accompanying free CD-ROM contains invaluable movie tutorials and a selection of images to experiment with, surely the quickest way to learn. If you have an initial grasp of the Photoshop basics and are looking for ways to improve the quality of your work, want to find new ideas and tutorials for the best techniques direct from a pro whilst making sure you are fully up-to-date on Photoshop 7.0, then this is the book for you!


Adobe Photoshop Elements 5 0 Maximum Performance

Author by : Mark Galer
Languange : en
Publisher by : CRC Press
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Description : This book/DVD package will stretch your digital images and Elements 5.0 to the max! Produce superior, high-end professional results that until now were not possible without the full Photoshop program. With this package, you will discover insider secrets that you can use immediately to solve common problems that even the pros have to overcome. Now you can achieve effects only dreamed of by casual users. Beginning right away with these full-color, real-world projects, you can transform your shots into professional images that look as if they belong in glossy magazines-without commercial lighting, studio equipment, or breaking the bank. Uncover the hidden techniques to create photos that look they were shot by a pro. And best of all, there is no need to upgrade to the full version of Photoshop to make it happen. Packed with dynamic hands-on projects, this book/DVD package reveals the tools, advanced techniques, and loadable presets that unleash the creative potential of intermediate to advanced photographers. From editing your shots to correcting flaws and using advanced options for more power, you will find out how to combine all the features of Elements with clever workarounds that will give your shots the 'wow' factor. New: Maximum Performance Action Files fast track your editing workflow when you have dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of shots. You get everything you need at your fingertips with the accompanying DVD, packed with bonus extras so that you achieve the results you want: * 5 hours of video tutorials * Over 200 royalty-free, high-resolution images * Raw and 16-bits/Channel files * Stock library * Keyboard shortcut reference guide * And more. Now you can unleash the full power of Elements 5.0 to produce creations that will astonish you. Author and imaging guru Mark Galer puts the thrill of digital photography for your most important shots where it belongs-directly in your hands. With this thoroughly updated book and DVD package, you can finally make the most of hot new features like how to. . Adjust sharpness and curves . Convert to black and white . Correct camera distortion . Use Motion Blur to render the static image more dramatic . Remove unwanted elements from your photographs . Adjust exposure in Adobe Camera RAW to create classic Low Key images . And more. Mark Galer is a Senior Lecturer in Digital Imaging at the RMIT University. He is a Photoshop Elements Ambassador for Adobe Pacific and author of seven books ranging from digital capture to Photoshop editing skills. Get the most out of your digital camera, maximize the power of Adobe Photoshop's Elements 5.0, and unleash your own creativity to make your once-in-a-lifetime photos look like a pro shot them! Praise for the previous edition: "Well written, well illustrated, with a good knack for explaining complex issues in a non-threatening and comprehensible manner." -Steve Caplin, digital artist and author of "How to Cheat in Photoshop". "Stunning images without breaking the bank! Using techniques normally associated with Photoshop, Mark Galer proves that this often-belittled program can produce truly remarkable results." David Asch, photographer and digital artist, UK "Truly Maximum Performance! This book has propelled my knowledge of Photoshop Elements to a very high competent professional level. I cannot express my absolute delight with my new skills." Richard McWhorter, author, USA "A great book to learn with...Stuffed with expert performance tips" Tim Daly, photographer, UK A Great Book and DVD Combination! "I have learned more from watching (and rewatching) the videos than I did at a $400 two-day Photoshop Workshop" V. Hutson, USA


Photoshop Elements 4 0 Maximum Performance

Author by : Mark Galer
Languange : en
Publisher by : Taylor & Francis
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Description : A thorough guide on how to achieve advanced image editing effects with a cut-price program.


Photography

Author by : Mark Galer
Languange : en
Publisher by : Taylor & Francis
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Description : Photography: Foundations for Art and Design is the perfect introductory guide for those of you learning the basics of photography. Offering a clear and well-illustrated structured approach to the tools and techniques, it will also guide you through the important aspects of photography as a means of self-expression and communication. The main focus is setting a comprehensive list of objectives and resources for clarity at the outset. A series of sequential study exercises intended as independent learning resources are provided and each exercise will help you to build design skills, teach you how to properly research, and execute work in a systematic manner. This new edition includes more digital information and also an entire new chapter on Still Life. Support materials are provided on the companion website: http://books.elsevier.com/companions/9780240520506/ * This unique book covers both digital and film photography * This edition now in full color to focus on more eye catching photographs! * New layout for easier reading and clearer comprehension * All new images to teach and inspire * Additional chapter on Still Life Photography


History Of Color Photography

Author by : Joseph Solomon Friedman
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Publisher by : Joseph Solomon Friedman
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Description : History of color photography


Journal Of The Smpte

Author by : Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers
Languange : en
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Electronic Prepress Using Photoshop 4 0

Author by : Jerry Waite
Languange : en
Publisher by : Delmar Pub
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Total Read : 63
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Description : This book explores how prepress technicians may best utilize Photoshop 4.0. It thoroughly reviews the use of Photoshop for color correction, tone targeting, and image manipulation, as well as methods for saving images in TIFF and EPS formats. Using Photoshop 4.0, this book discusses features such as the Navigator palette, recording and using Actions, the Type and Type Mask tool and Adjustment layers as important topics to the student studying prepress technologies.


The Journal Of Neuroscience

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Extreme Particle Acceleration In Microquasar Jets And Pulsar Wind Nebulae With The Magic Telescopes

Author by : Alba Fernández Barral
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This exhaustive work sheds new light on unsolved questions in gamma-ray astrophysics. It presents not only a complete introduction to the non-thermal Universe, but also a description of the Imaging Atmospheric Cherenkov technique and the MAGIC telescopes. The Fermi-LAT satellite and the HAWC Observatory are also described, as results from both are included. The physics section of the book is divided into microquasars and pulsar wind nebulae (PWNe), and includes extended overviews of both. In turn, the book discusses constraints on particle acceleration and gamma-ray production in microquasar jets, based on the analyses of MAGIC data on Cygnus X-1, Cygnus X-3 and V404 Cygni. Moreover, it presents the discovery of high-energy gamma-ray emissions from Cygnus X-1, using Fermi-LAT data. The book includes the first joint work between MAGIC, Fermi-LAT and HAWC, and discusses the hypothetical PWN nature of the targets in depth. It reports on a PWN population study that discusses, for the first time, the importance of the surrounding medium for gamma-ray production, and in closing presents technical work on the first Large-Size-Telescope (LST; CTA Collaboration), along with a complete description of the camera.


Cavernous Sinus

Author by : Vinko V. Dolenc
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : Professor Dolenc edited the first comprehensive and up-to-date text dealing with the cavernous sinus. His book addressed anyone concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of lesions of the skull base. Now, twenty years later, the same author edits a new volume with articles by specialists in the topic presenting the state-of-the-art in this technology.


Gamma Rift

Author by : Kalli Lanford
Languange : en
Publisher by : Entangled: Select Otherworld
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Description : I may be a Prince, but there are things that trouble me about my father's royal rule-the forced abduction, experimentation, and torture of alien creatures. The king has a new prisoner who's a carefully kept secret... There's a young female who belongs to a little-known civilization I have been studying extensively. They are human, belonging to a small, undeveloped planet called Earth. She is pretty in a way I find unusual and compelling. Sometimes I sneak into the adjoining cell and we talk about everything and nothing, even as I find myself yearning to touch her strange, soft skin. Skin that is being subjected to invasive tests and experiments. A body that's scheduled for a live dissection in fifteen days. And a life that will be terminated unless I risk my future and life to help her escape... The Trans-Galactic Insurrection series is best enjoyed in order. Reading Order: Book #1 – Gamma Rift Book #2 - Starstruck


Gamma Ray And Neutrino Signatures Of Galactic Cosmic Ray Accelerators

Author by : Silvia Celli
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Nature
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Description : This book addresses three “hot” topics concerning the general problem of the origin of Galactic cosmic rays, namely (1) the acceleration, propagation, and radiation of particles in supernova remnants; (2) very high energy neutrinos from the Galactic Center; and (3) the potential held by the next-generation gamma-ray and neutrino detectors CTA and KM3NeT for studying extended non-thermal sources in the Galaxy. The topics are intrinsically connected to determining the nature (“hadronic or leptonic?”) of gamma-ray emissions from young and middle-aged supernova remnants and the search for cosmic-ray PeVatrons. The results and conclusions provided here are based on extensive analytical and numerical simulations, which are formulated and presented in a straightforward format that can be readily used in the interpretations of gamma-ray and neutrino observations, as well as for confident predictions for future measurements.


Thermodynamics And Statistical Mechanics Of Small Systems

Author by : Andrea Puglisi
Languange : en
Publisher by : MDPI
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Description : This book is a printed edition of the Special Issue "Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics of Small Systems" that was published in Entropy


The Multi Messenger Approach To High Energy Gamma Ray Sources

Author by : Josep M. Paredes
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : This book provides a theoretical and observational overview of the state of the art of gamma-ray astrophysics, and their impact and connection with the physics of cosmic rays and neutrinos. With the aim of shedding new and fresh light on the problem of the nature of the gamma-ray sources, particularly those yet unidentified, this book summarizes contributions to a workshop that continues today.


Seismic Attributes For Prospect Identification And Reservoir Characterization

Author by : Satinder Chopra
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Publisher by : SEG Books
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Description : Seismic attributes play a key role in exploration and exploitation of hydrocarbons. In Seismic Attributes for Prospect Identification and Reservoir Characterization (SEG Geophysical Developments No. 11), Satinder Chopra and Kurt J. Marfurt introduce the physical basis, mathematical implementation, and geologic expression of modern volumetric attributes including coherence, dip/azimuth, curvature, amplitude gradients, seismic textures, and spectral decomposition. The authors demonstrate the importance of effective color display and sensitivity to seismic acquisition and processing. Examples from different basins illustrate the attribute expression of tectonic deformation, clastic depositional systems, carbonate depositional systems and diagenesis, drilling hazards, and reservoir characterization. The book is illustrated generously with color figures throughout. "Seismic Attributes" will appeal to seismic interpreters who want to extract more information from data; seismic processors and imagers who want to learn how their efforts impact subtle stratigraphic and fracture plays; sedimentologists, stratigraphers, and structural geologists who use large 3D seismic volumes to interpret their plays within a regional, basinwide context; and reservoir engineers whose work is based on detailed 3D reservoir models. Copublished with EAGE.