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The Forum on Workplace Inclusion podcast offers an opportunity to engage with diversity, equity, and inclusion topics on a monthly basis. With a wide array of relevant DEI topics, we welcome you to join in each month as attendees from a variety of industries around the globe participate and share their ideas. For 31 years, The Forum on Workplace Inclusion® has served as a convening hub for those seeking to grow their leadership and effectiveness in the field of diversity and inclusion by eng ...
 
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Seismic Soundoff

Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG)

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In-depth conversations in applied geophysics from the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG). With new episodes monthly, Seismic Soundoff highlights industry leaders; emerging research and technology; the social contributions of geoscience; and the latest geophysical, environmental, and engineering applications.
 
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On todays podcast Dr. Leo will discuss what the current Puerto Rican diaspora is, its impact on individuals living in the US and considerations for working with Puerto Ricans who have left the island. Learning Outcomes: Define what is meant by Puerto Rican Diaspora. Define 3 aspects that make Puerto Rican migrants to the USA unique. Identify at lea…
 
Tim Johnson discusses his article in August's The Leading Edge about real-time electrical resistivity tomography (ERT).Time-lapse electrical imaging has been used for diverse scientific and engineering problems to monitor changes in the subsurface associated with fluid injections, fluid flow, solute transport, phase changes, and other physical and …
 
In this special bonus episode of The Forum Podcast, Nina Boe from Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding and Jean-Marie Navetta from PFLAG National answer questions from listeners that attended our July 21, 2022 Webinar Beyond the Blame Game: Religion and LGBTQ Inclusion at Work Nina and Jean-Marie answer the following questions: Questio…
 
In this special bonus episode of The Forum Podcast, Margaret Greenberg and Gina Greenlee from The Business of Race, LLC answer questions from listeners that attended our June 16, 2022 Webinar What is Your X_ Why the Workplace is the Perfect Place to Discuss the Undiscussables, Race + Racism. Margaret and Gina answer the following questions: Questio…
 
Roel Snieder discusses his 2022 SEG-AAPG Distinguished Lecture, "Measuring variations in the seismic velocity as a diagnostic of rock damage and healing."Interferometric methods in seismology have made it possible to detect time-lapse changes in seismic velocity with an accuracy of about 0.1%. Combined with using noise as a seismic source, it is un…
 
Chris Hanton, Director of Digital Transformation Solutions at Ikon Science, discusses the latest insights using machine learning and artificial intelligence.In this conversation with host Andrew Geary, Chris highlights one frequently overlooked variable that can undermine the best technology. He also shares how technologists can ensure data is trus…
 
COVID has created an unanticipated world where we have greater virtual access to others. As teams span geographical and national boundaries to collaborate, the need for deeper intercultural and diversity, equity, and inclusion (ICDEI) awareness, practical tools, and skills has never been more vital. The world has changed and won’t change back to th…
 
One of SEG's great traditions is the special recognition of individuals and organizations for their contributions to geophysics and the Society. In this special episode, we celebrate Öz Yilmaz and Xianhuai Zhu for their Maurice Ewing Medal and Virgil Kauffman Gold Medal honors, respectively.Bill Abriel opens the episode highlighting the significanc…
 
COVID has created an unanticipated world where we have greater virtual access to others. As teams span geographical and national boundaries to collaborate, the need for deeper intercultural and diversity, equity, and inclusion (ICDEI) awareness, practical tools, and skills has never been more vital. The world has changed and won’t change back to th…
 
Souvik Mukherjee discusses his article in July's The Leading Edge about high-resolution imaging of subsurface infrastructure using AI. The use of drones for geophysical data acquisition and artificial intelligence (AI) for geophysical data processing, imaging, and interpretation are active focus areas in current industry and academic applications. …
 
Working across differences and bringing together divergent points of view is integral to the work of diplomats. The ability to build coalitions, understanding, and an agreement for how to achieve a common goal are skills that are also applicable for DEI practitioners. Both diplomats and DEI professionals must manage competing priorities, budgets, a…
 
Mark Willis discusses his upcoming Distinguished Instructor Short Course, "Distributed acoustic sensing for seismic measurements – what geophysicists and engineers need to know." Geoscientists and engineers are very comfortable using seismic data sets acquired with geophones, hydrophones, and accelerometers because they have a long, well-defined se…
 
Decision-making takes place at every level of an organization every single day, whether within a team working on a project, a department setting targets, or in the C-Suite as leaders make structural changes. In this session, Lisa Russell, co-founder and CEO of Aleria, along with Alexis Gonzales-Black, Partner and Org Design Practice Lead at August …
 
Olga Nedorub and Diana Sineva preview IMAGE 2022 and the upcoming panel, "Changing The Dynamics Of Energy Use."Olga starts with a brief overview of the technical program at IMAGE and how Diana reached out to her to host this panel. Next, Diana explains how energy efficiency is the glue to the current energy transition, the difference between energy…
 
Sara K. McBride discusses her paper, "Evidence-based guidelines for protective actions and earthquake early warning systems," in the January/February issue of GEOPHYSICS.In this engaging and helpful conversation, Sara highlights the various protective actions people can take during an earthquake. She also shares who is most likely to be injured dur…
 
Arnab Dhara discusses his paper, "Physics-guided deep autoencoder to overcome the need for a starting model in full-waveform inversion," in the June issue of The Leading Edge.In recent years, physics-driven machine learning applications have been proposed wherein physics is integrated into the data-driven model to improve the ability of the machine…
 
In this special bonus episode of The Forum Podcast, Kari Heistad (Culture Coach International, Diversity Dashboard) answers questions from listeners that attended our May 19, 2022 webinar Building a Diversity Program as an HR Professional. Kari Heistad answers these questions from our listening audience: Is a DEI Strategy or Equity Strategy/Policy …
 
Yanlong Niu discusses his paper, "In-situ physical properties of reclaimed lands in Singapore," from the May issue of The Leading Edge.Reclaimed land construction is crucial for the sustainable development of the land-scarce city-state of Singapore. To characterize the physical properties of two different types of reclaimed lands, Yanlong and his c…
 
Scott Singleton discusses why you should attend the 2022 Unconventional Resources Technology Conference in Houston, TX.Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTeC) is a premier event focused on the latest science and technology applied to the exploration and development of unconventional resources, emphasizing integrating multiple discipl…
 
In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Marie Larson (City of Minneapolis) and Karyn Berg (Ramsey County) provide information and resources to design, implement, and improve candidate outreach through virtual recruiting. The unprecedented challenges of COVID-19 have left organizations struggling to find effective, efficient methods for reaching candi…
 
Ariel Lellouch discusses his upcoming Middle East and Africa Honorary Lecture, "Applications of fiber-optic sensing to borehole seismology."Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) is an emerging technology that leverages optical fibers to record the seismic wavefield with an unprecedented spatial resolution. In this conversation with host Andrew Geary, …
 
In this episode of The Forum Podcast Dr. Harry Petaway (Equity Communities of Practice) chats with us on how social determinants of health are interlaced with DEI and collaborative approach to health equity. Topics covered in this episode What is Health Equity Why is health equity all of our responsibility How corporate and community DEI initiative…
 
SEG President-Elect Ken Tubman discusses the outcome of the Strategic Options Task Force.In this conversation with host Andrew Geary, Ken provides an inside look at the decision-making of the SEG Strategic Options Task Force. He shares his reasons for voting to keep SEG independent, highlights the feedback from the focus groups, and previews the SE…
 
In this episode of The Forum Podcast Dr. Charlyn Hilliman (Capella University) and Dr. Barbara Butts Williams (Capella University) explore how an established direct path is possible between talent, employment, and leadership skills through strategic partnerships. Through thoughtful partnerships between community-based organizations and universities…
 
Mojtaba Rajabi discusses his upcoming Pacific South Honorary Lecture, "Present-Day Crustal Stress Across Spatial Scales."The present-day crustal in-situ stress field is of extreme importance for understanding both natural processes (e.g., understanding neotectonics, earthquake, and seismic hazard assessment) and anthropogenic activities (e.g., expl…
 
Peter Rowbotham discusses his paper, "Investment in North Sea seismic leading to new opportunities," from the April issue of The Leading Edge.Peter makes the case for why it's wise to invest in seismic data. He also shares why the beginning of a project is the most important and the context where seismic projects deliver the most value. Additionall…
 
In this episode of The Forum Podcast Irma Olguin Jr. (Bitwise Industries) and Michelle Skoor (Bitwise Industries) explores how the tech industry could use paid apprenticeships to approach systemic inequities in the tech industry and curb generational poverty. The tech industry has a workforce shortage and a major problem with the lack of diversity …
 
Warren Neff and Luke Gallery discuss exposing high school students to geophysics and how to incorporate the field into Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) programs.Warren Neff is a STEM teacher at Bartlesville High School in Bartlesville, OK. Luke Gallery is a senior at Bartlesville High School. Luke and Warren published a paper title…
 
Yunyue Elita Li discusses her upcoming South & East Asia Honorary Lecture, "Listening to Singapore: Harvesting urban noise for space, water, and hazard mitigation."Today, more than half of the world's population lives in urban areas with a projected growth of over two-thirds in 2050. The city-state of Singapore faces the challenges of supporting a …
 
In this episode of The Forum Podcast Julie Kratz shares stories, ideas, and research from her new children’s book, “Little Allies.” She discusses the importance and impact of having conversations about diversity, inclusion, and allyship earlier with the children in our lives. Julie wrote her book in response to difficult conversations about racism …
 
On this episode of FreightWaves Insiders, Dooner catches up with Michael Colin, founder and CEO of MVMNT. They’ll go on a career journey filled with dynamic pivots that has led to MVMNT building TMS 2.0. Colin found his way into freight while working at a brokerage in Chicago, where he worked his way up from entry-level operations to director. His …
 
Kevin Bohacs discusses his upcoming course, "Introduction to Field Safety Leadership."In Kevin's course, participants will learn how to prepare for, conduct, and document safe and effective field activities involving students (field camps) and/or local inhabitants (Geoscientist without Borders) by following SEG guidelines and generally accepted hea…
 
On this episode of FreightWaves Insiders, Dooner catches up with President & Founder of Surge Transportation, Omar Singh. They’ll walk through hell and back to recount the trials and tribulations Singh has fought through to build his company. Omar is a teacher by training and a trucker by trade. He has a graduate degree from Georgetown University, …
 
In this episode of The Forum Podcast Amy Yip (Amy Yip Coaching) shares what mental fitness is, why it matters, skills & practices to build their own mental fitness, and how to apply it in cultivating a more diverse, equitable, inclusive workplace. If you’re physically fit, you’d be able to climb a steep hill without much physical stress. Same with …
 
Chester Weiss discusses the latest research from The Leading Edge to successfully use geophysical tools at well sites.Chester shares the impact of well infrastructure on geophysical assessment, how to use EM successfully, the challenges of using near-surface, and the applicability of this research in other cluttered environments. Along with our con…
 
In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Jennifer Brown (Jennifer Brown Consulting) shares actionable insights for leading in today's changing and uncertain environment, creating workplaces that are equitable and inclusive for all members, and becoming a purpose-driven organization. The nation’s future increasingly relies on corporate leaders doing th…
 
Aria Abubakar, the SEG-AAPG IMAGE 2022 Technical Program Chair, discusses what to expect for the Technical Program at IMAGE 2022.Aria highlights the changes for 2022, breaks down the themes and tracks for the program, answers common questions, and shares why you should submit your abstract before the deadline (17 March 2022). He also discusses the …
 
In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Wendy Vang-Roberts (Minnesota Alliance for Volunteer Advancement) and Yixiu Chen (State of Minnesota Department of Human Services) discuss the way unconscious biases show up in the form of microaggressions. Most volunteers are kind, amazing people who care about your cause and want to help others, so it’s rare …
 
Pico de Orizaba is the highest volcano in Mexico and preserves a glacier at the top. The volcano is an old structure and has experienced several cone collapses and subsequent rebuilds in its eruptive history of fewer than 600,000 years.Thinking about the potential threat to villages located along the major river drainages, Drs. Katrin Sieron and Bl…
 
On this episode of FreightWaves Insiders, Dooner catches up with Trucker Tools CEO and founder Prasad Gollapalli On this episode we’ll go on a career journey with Gollapalli and learn how he and his team are helping over 3,300 trucking companies crush DOT compliance daily. Truck Tools has built a leading site that provides load visibility, predicti…
 
Don Lawton of Carbon Management Canada and Mark Tinker of Quantum Technology Sciences discuss the latest technological advances for carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS). In this cutting-edge conversation on the state of technology for CCUS, Don and Mark highlight the need to accelerate the development and implementation of CCUS technolog…
 
Sue Carr and Patrick Meroney discuss the life of the well from the February 2022 special section in The Leading Edge.Sue and Patrick discuss the importance of a shared definition of a well, spotlight the most important well component for geophysicists, highlight the five life cycles of a well, and break down why well logs are the key piece for succ…
 
In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Dr. Sheena Mason (Theory of Racelessness) returns for another timely deep dive into the Theory of Racelessness, which reflects two philosophical positions on “race” that are uncommonly taught & commonly misunderstood: skepticism—the belief that race does not exist in nature—& eliminativism—the position that the…
 
On this episode of FreightWaves Insiders, Dooner catches up with Rich Mohr, VP of fleet solutions at ChargePoint. Mohr brings more than 25 years of fleet, product and technology experience to his role. At Ryder System, he rose through the ranks to serve as the company’s chief technology officer and VP of new products for its fleet management soluti…
 
Amine Ourabah discusses carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) from the January 2022 special section on seismic acquisition in The Leading Edge.Amine explains why CCUS is at the center of the net-zero-emission conversation, the need for cheaper and easier-to-use technology, and the unique innovations explored in his field trial. This conve…
 
In this special bonus episode of The Forum Podcast, Lilian Eilers (The Blue Ocean Company) answer questions from listeners that attended our December 16, 2021 webinar Demystifying Culture: Building an Inclusive Culture that Lasts. Lilian Eilers answer questions from our listening audience around these talking points: What is SWAM? Doesn’t pandering…
 
In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Damion Jones shares his journey as Global Head, VP of Inclusion & Diversity at Bayer, the global pharmaceuticals and life sciences company. Damion has a unique perspective on how large health-focused companies like his can foster dialogues that promote inclusive work environments that help all employees thrive,…
 
Laura Bandura discusses her 2022 Distinguished Lecture, "Quantifying the Business Impact of Seismic Technology to Deepwater Exploration."In a low oil price environment, it is more important than ever to prioritize technology projects to ensure the greatest return on investment. There is much pressure to accelerate the time-to-impact of corporate re…
 
Danilo Jotta Ariza Ferreira discusses modern geostatistic methodologies from the December 2021 special section on Latin America in The Leading Edge.Danilo shares how to avoid two common pitfalls in geostatistical modeling, why models are always wrong (but you should still use them), and highlights a few innovations in seismic-based geophysical solu…
 
In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Xaulanda Simmonds-Emmanuel (The XauSky Group) and Patrick Maniboon, "The Courage Hacker" anchor the conversation at the intersection of research, storytelling, and application where one uses agency on three levels - self, proxy, and organizational – to strengthen vital diversity leadership skills and nurture in…
 
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