The excellently clear text is profusely illustrated with diagrams, seismic examples, tables, and an impressive colour section of over 30 pages. Overall, the work is the best overview of the current state of applied geophysics that this reviewer has seen since the early 1980s. It seems certain that the book will be in use for training and reference for the next decade or more. It will be of interest to all geophysicists and geologists involved in hydrocarbon and other mineral explorations, as well as those in allied academic fields. (Journal of Petroleum Geology, July 1998).
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