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Abstract: Cognitive Bias, the Elephant in the Living Room of Science and Professionalism; #90290 (2017)

Pete Rose

Search and Discovery.com

...Abstract: Cognitive Bias, the Elephant in the Living Room of Science and Professionalism; #90290 (2017) Pete Rose 2016-2017 AAPG Foundation...

2017

Bias Factors in Loose-Grain Data: ABSTRACT

Mark A. Dixon

AAPG Bulletin

...Bias Factors in Loose-Grain Data: ABSTRACT Mark A. Dixon 1963 355 355 47 2. (February) In loose-grain studies, sampling of grains by point-count...

1963

Transformation of Weight Frequency and Number Frequency Data in Size Distribution Studies of Clastic Sediments: A Reply to the "Discussion" by M. A. Dixon

Basanta K. Sahu

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... of the mean" and, the existence of "bias unique to transformation of loose-grain data" in such transformations. The second item can be thought...

1966

Extended Abstract: Impact of Carbonate Reservoir Heterogeneity on Reservoir Forecasts: Why are Production Forecasts Too Optimistic and Can Anything Really be Done to Eliminate Forecast Bias?

William Scott Meddaugh

Houston Geological Society Bulletin

... Really be Done to Eliminate Forecast Bias? William Scott Meddaugh 2011 31 35 54 02 The oil and gas industry regularly uses static and dynamic reservoir...

2011

Discussion of Article "Transformation of Weight Frequency and Number Frequency Data in Size Distribution Studies of Clastic Sediments" by Basanta K. Sahu: DISCUSSION

Mark A. Dixon

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

.... Sahu: DISCUSSION Mark A. Dixon 1966 Vol. 36 No. 1. (March), DIXON, M. A., 1963, Experimental bias associated with loose grain measurements: Ph.D....

1966

Abstract: Got Good Data? Understanding Laboratory Data for TRRP DUS Workshop

Lora Terrill

Houston Geological Society Bulletin

.... The DUS ensures that data are useable for the intended purpose and identifies any concerns for bias in the data. The DUS summarizes and documents...

2008

ABSTRACT: Intuition and Bias in Risk Assessment: Impact and Remediation; #90061 (2006)

Matthew Brian Welsh, Steve H. Begg, and Reidar Brumer Bratvold

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...ABSTRACT: Intuition and Bias in Risk Assessment: Impact and Remediation; #90061 (2006) Matthew Brian Welsh, Steve H. Begg, and Reidar Brumer Bratvold...

2006

Abstract: Are Data-Model Results Bias Towards The Warm Low Latitudes?; #120178 (2015)

M. Harland, P. Valdes, D. J. Lunt, J. E. Francis, D. J. Beerling, P. J. Markwick

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...Abstract: Are Data-Model Results Bias Towards The Warm Low Latitudes?; #120178 (2015) M. Harland, P. Valdes, D. J. Lunt, J. E. Francis, D. J...

2015

Extended Abstract: Cognitive Bias, the "Elephant in the Living Room" of Science And Professionalism

Peter R. Rose, PhD

Houston Geological Society Bulletin

...Extended Abstract: Cognitive Bias, the "Elephant in the Living Room" of Science And Professionalism Peter R. Rose, PhD 2017 22 Vol. 59 (2017) No. 9...

2017

The Influence of Censoring Bias on the Characterization of Discontinuity Networks; #40852 (2011)

Conny Zeeb, Paul D. Bons, Enrique Gomez-Rivas, and Philipp Blum

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...The Influence of Censoring Bias on the Characterization of Discontinuity Networks; #40852 (2011) Conny Zeeb, Paul D. Bons, Enrique Gomez-Rivas...

2011

Production Forecasting: Improved Understanding of Why Sparse Data, Static and Dynamic Reservoir Modeling Limitations, and Human Bias Leads to Optimistic Recovery Forecasts, #42442 (2019).

William Meddaugh,

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...Production Forecasting: Improved Understanding of Why Sparse Data, Static and Dynamic Reservoir Modeling Limitations, and Human Bias Leads...

2019

Applications of PRMS Guidelines and SEC Rules: Ethical Issues and Biases; #120004 (2009)

Peter R. Rose and Mark A. McLane

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... the process of deriving the parameters that govern reserves volumes. Wherever estimates are made under conditions of uncertainty, bias is operating...

2009

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