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Hall, M (in prep). Our software commons and where we can make it take us. SIAM Conference on Computational and Mathematical Issues in the Geosciences. Long Beach, California, March 2011.

Hall, M (2010). Collaboration and trends in Geophysics. The Leading Edge 29 (11), November 2010, p 1354–1361. Free to download from SEG.

Bianco, E, S Kaplan, and D Schmitt (2010). Seismic rock physics of steam injection in bituminous-oil reservoirs, in S Chopra, L Lines, D Schmitt, and M Batzle, eds., Heavy oils: Reservoir characterization and production monitoring, SEG Geophysical Developments 13, 107–112.

Hall, M (2010). The future is open for business: open source software for geoscientists. First Break, June 2010, p 119–123.

Hall, M (2010). The rational geoscientist. The Leading Edge 29 (5), May 2010, p 596ff. doi:10.1190/1.3422460

Hall, M (2009). Lithofacies prediction from seismic, one step at a time: An example from the McMurray Formation bitumen reservoir at Surmont. Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists National Convention, Calgary, Canada, May 2009. Oral paper. Extended abstract.

Zhu, X, S Shaw, B Roy, M Hall, M Gurch, D Whitmore and P Anno (2008). Near-surface complexity masquerades as anisotropy. SEG Annual Convention, Las Vegas, USA, November 2008. Oral paper. doi:10.1190/1.3063976

Bianco, E, S Kaplan, and D Schmitt, (2008), Seismic rock physics of bituminous oil sands reservoirs. The Leading Edge 27 (9), September 2008, p 1132–1137. doi:10.1190/1.2978975. Also given as SEG 2008 oral presentation

Bianco, E (2008). Seismic rock physics of steam injection. MSc thesis, University of Alberta.

Trad, D, M Hall, and M Cotra (2008). Reshooting a survey by 5D interpolation. Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists National Convention, Calgary, Canada, May 2006. Oral paper. Extended abstract.

Hall, M (2007). Cost-effective, fit-for-purpose, lease-wide 3D seismic at Surmont. Development & Production Forum of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Edmonton, Canada, August 2007. Oral paper.

Bianco, E (2007). High-Resolution seismic modeling and monitoring of the SAGD process at the Athabasca tar sands: Underground test facility (UTF). SEG Development & Production Forum, Edmonton, Canada, August 2007. Download poster.

Hall, M (2007). Intuition in the geosciences. Geomodeling Division of the Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists, Calgary, Canada, April 2007. Oral paper. (Later published as doi:10.1190/1.3422460)

Schijns, H, D Meilleux, E Bianco, L Tober, M Welz, D Schmitt (2007). High resolution VSP survey: Outokumpu borehole, Finland: Preliminary results. CSPG CSEG annual convention, Calgary, Canada, April 2007. Oral paper.

Hall, M (2007). Smooth operator: smoothing seismic horizons and attributes. The Leading Edge 26 (1), January 2007, p16-20. doi:10.1190/1.2431821

Hall, M (2006). Resolution and uncertainty in spectral decomposition. First Break 24, December 2006, p 43-47.

Hall, M, B Roy & P Anno (2006). Assessing the success of pre-stack inversion in a heavy oil reservoir: Lower Cretaceous McMurray Formation at Surmont. Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists National Convention, Calgary, Canada, May 2006. Oral paper.

Hall, M (2006). Predicting stratigraphy with cepstral decomposition. The Leading Edge 25 (2), February 2006 (Special Issue on Spectral Decomposition). doi:10.1190/1.2172313

Hall, M (2005). Composite colour display of spectral gamma ray logs. Canadian Well Logging Society InSite, December 2005.

Hall, M (2005). Googling Geomorphology. Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists Reservoir, p 36-37.

Hall, M (2005). The spectrum of the spectrum: Estimating thickness from seismic using cepstral analysis. European Association Geoscientists and Engineers annual conference, Madrid, Spain, June 2005. Poster paper.

Hall, M (2005). Predicting stratigraphy with cepstral decomposition. Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists annual conference, Calgary, Canada, May 2005. Oral paper. Extended abstract.

Hall, M (2004). Bridging the gap with visualization. Nova Scotia R&D Energy Forum, St Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Canada, May 2004. Oral paper.

Hall, M & E Trouillot (2004). Predicting stratigraphy with spectral decomposition. Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists annual conference, Calgary, May 2004. Oral paper.

Hall, M & E Trouillot (2004). Accurate stratigraphic prediction from seismic. Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists Recorder, March 2004, 31–37.

Hall, M (2002). Integrating well observations with 3D seismic. Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists annual conference, Calgary, June 2002. Oral paper. Extended abstract.

Hall, M (2001). Quick‐look AVO crossplotting from post‐stack seismic data. Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists annual conference, Calgary, April 2001. Oral paper.

Gawthorpe, RL, M Hall, I Sharp & T Dreyer (2000). Tectonically enhanced forced regressions: examples from growth folds in extensional and compressional settings, the Miocene of the Suez Rift and the Eocene of the Pyrenees. In: Hunt, D & Gawthorpe, RL (eds.) Sedimentary Response to Forced Regression. Geological Society, London, Special Publications 172, 177–191.

Hall, M (1997). Sequence stratigraphy and early diagenesis: the Sobrarbe Formation, Ainsa Basin, Spain. Doctoral thesis, University of Manchester, September 1997.

Hall, M, RL Gawthorpe, AM Taylor & T Dreyer (1996). Tectonic tilting and its effect on facies stacking patterns and stratal surface formation: Sobrarbe Formation, Ainsa Basin, Spain. American Association of Petroleum Geologists annual conference, San Diego, May 1996. Oral paper.

Hall, M (1995). Early diagenetic cements at stratal surfaces: Sobrarbe Formation, Ainsa Basin, Spain. British Sedimentological Research Group annual conference, Durham, UK, 12–16 December 1995. Oral paper.

Gawthorpe, RL, L McMurray, M Hall & D Hunt (1995). Variability of forced regressive deposits in tectonically active settings. Sedimentary Responses to Forced Regression: Recognition, Interpretation and Reservoir Potential, Geological Society of London, 7–8 September 1995. Oral paper.

Hall, M (1994). High resolution sequence stratigraphy and early diagenesis: the Sobrarbe Formation, Ainsa Basin, Spanish Pyrenees. British Sedimentological Research Group annual conference, Aberdeen, UK, 18–21 December 1994. Oral paper.