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ISTI Presents at AGU in New Orleans, December 2017

ISTI is presenting at the AGU Fall Meeting being held in New Orleans, 11-15 December 2017. In addition, ISTI welcomes you to visit our team at our AGU exhibit throughout the week.

 

View the ISTI poster schedule and abstract links below.

 

Author
Abstract
Date
Time
Paul A Friberg (w/ Miami University Oxford presenters) Two types of seismicity accompanying hydraulic fracturing in Harrison County, Ohio – implications for seismic hazard and seismogenic mechanism TBA TBA
Paul Friberg, Ilya Dricker (w/  Miami University Oxford and Cedarville University presenters) TBA TBA
Stefan Lisowski, Paul Friberg (w/ Chonnam National University presenter) TBA TBA
Kevin Frechette (w/ IRIS presenters) TBA TBA
Ben Baker TBA TBA
Josh Stachnick (w/ JAMSTEC and CTBTO presenters) TBA TBA
Josh Stachnick (w/ Lehigh University, Brown University, Institute of Astronomy & Geophysics, and University of Florida presenters) TBA TBA
Josh Stachnick, Ben Baker, Paul Friberg,  Jeffrey Leifer (w/ CTBTO presenter) TBA TBA

 

 

ISTI’s Josh Stachnik will be representing Lehigh University in the following posters.

View the Josh’s Lehigh poster schedule and abstract links below.

Author
Abstract
Date
Time
Josh Stachnick (w/ Lehigh University, University of Florida, and Institute of Astronomy & Geophysics presenters) TBA TBA
Josh Stachnick (w/ University of Colorado, Washington University, USGS, and University of Florida presenters) TBA TBA
Josh Stachnick (w/ University of Arizona, University of Texas, Lehigh University, Instituto Geofísico EPN, University of Liverpool, and Géoazur presenters) TBA TBA
Josh Stachnick (w/ Lehigh University, USGS, Géoazur, Instituto Geofísico EPN, University of Arizona, Global Seismological Services, and University of Liverpool presenters) TBA TBA
Josh Stachnick (w/ Géoazur, CEREMA, University of Liverpool, Instituto Geofísico EPN, University of Arizona, and Lehigh University presenters) TBA TBA

 

AGU Fall Meeting in New Orleans

What’s this meeting all about? Check out this short video.

Video Courtesy of American Geophysical Union (AGU).

Heading to AGU? Check out ISTI’s Annual Fall Training Course the week before.

ISTI @ SEG 24 – 29 September

ISTI, HMSC, and Geobit join together at the SEG Annual Meeting in Houston, Texas this September.  We are a team providing a complete seismic monitoring solution. Contact us through EarthImaging.com.

First and foremost, our thoughts go out to those impacted by the Houston flood.  As SEG writes:

Houston is dear to our hearts, and SEG wants to do everything it can to support the city while advancing the interests and needs of our members, attendees, sponsors, exhibitors, and presenters. . . . Officials with the George R. Brown Convention Center and the City of Houston have assured SEG that the city is ready to accommodate Annual Meeting participants. SEG staff members and volunteer leaders have inspected the Conference Center, supporting hotels, and venues, and agree that Houston is open for business!

Read more about what SEG is doing to prepare for conference goers and support the local community.

With 65+ years of combined experience, GEObit, HMSCinc and ISTI are joining forces to become the most competitive and fastest growing joint venture group in the seismic monitoring services industry.

Providing state-of-the-art seismic instruments, network design, installation techniques, data monitoring and processing services, our group is able to deliver a cost effective total solution to the energy exploration & production industry, especially to the oil, gas and geothermal sector. Our key benefits are that we produce in-house hardware and software while installing and maintaining the microseismic monitoring network to ensure a high level of data quality and availability. In other words, we make the technology – we apply the technology – we offer the technology.

We have worldwide experience having installed and operated seismic networks all over the world, from Indonesia/Papua jungle to the Middle East desert, from Alaska glaciers to Himalayan Mountains. In the USA, we are currently running many dedicated microseismic monitoring projects with over 200 stations installed in the past 10 years.

 

Visit us at booth #2521, SEG2017

Houston Texas, USA  |  24 – 29 September 2017

Meet our team and learn about the latest offerings. Dimitris Mourtzouchos & Nikos Germenis (Geobit), Mike Hasting (HMSC, Inc.), and Paul Friberg & Ilya Driker (ISTI) will be available to answer your questions.

Again, SEG advises that Houston is open for business.

 

 

Geobit Instruments Ltd.

Data Loggers and Sensors, Visit the website

 

GEObit provides high sensitivity wide-band and near broadband seismic sensors, surface or borehole type, and high dynamic range, low power 32bit ADC data loggers with local data storage and real time telemetry over seedlink protocol. We are focusing on low power and cost effective solutions so we provide to our customer seismic networks with low installation and maintenance costs. Our instruments are ideal for local and regional seismicity and micro-seismicity monitoring and for seismic events such as those induced by unconventional hydrocarbon extraction. Our high fidelity data-loggers ensure that these signals are recorded with the highest resolution and timing accuracy.

 

Hasting Micro-Seismic Consulting, Inc (HMSCinc)

Installation and Operations, Visit the website

 

HMSCinc has over 30 years’ experience designing, building and installing dedicated microseismic monitoring stations and networks for seismicity monitoring of active geothermal resources, oil and gas fields, and volcanoes. HMSCinc provides integrated seismic station solutions, pre-drilling background monitoring services, installation of borehole stations (from a few hundred feet to over 10,000 ft), real-time event detection and location services, as well as expert testimony when needed.


Instrumental Software Technologies, Inc. (ISTI)

Monitoring and Data Processing, ISTI.com home page

 

ISTI specializes in developing custom data acquisition, analysis, and processing software for the geophysical sciences. Microseismic data acquisition and processing are performed by custom solutions using existing open source software as a foundation, saving our customers both time and money. ISTI provides several products and services covering all geophysical applications and monitoring needs of the industry.