Hardbound, 456 Pages
Published: March 2001
...Whenever I need to work on an anisotropic algorithm or understand the underlying theory, this book saves a lot of time and effort that would have been spent on digging out dozens of old and modern papers containing contradictory notations and results. This fact, together with very clear language and concise style, should make it useful for both graduate students and geophysicists working in research, exploration and development.
A. Bakulin, The Leading Edge
...As it was complimented several times earlier, the book is written in an easy-to-understand, user-friendly style. ...The book is recommended for graduate students and geophysicists interested in matters of exploration seismology.
A. Lesniak, Pure and Applied Geophysics
...useful to geophysicists in understanding and using anisotropy in processing imaging, and interpreting seismic data.
D.C. Bartel, The Leading Edge, 2005