Paper on ant tracking ranked among top geophysics papers

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Tianze Zhang, a Ph.D. student in geology and geophysics, presented a paper at the 2017 Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) meeting in Houston in September. More than 7,200 geophysicists worldwide attended the SEG meeting.

Zhang presented “Fault Visualization Enhancement Using Ant Tracking Technique and Its Application in the Taranaki Basin, New Zealand.” The paper was ranked in the top 39 papers among more than 1,100 papers presented at the international meeting.

Zhang’s co-authors are Yani Lin and Aamer Alhakeem, both graduate students; and Dr. Kelly Liu and Dr. Stephen Gao, both professors of geosciences and geological and petroleum engineering.

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