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  • ...output a subset of the data that quantifies [[rock physics|rock and fluid properties]] and/or allows the recognition of [[geology|geological patterns]] and feat ...es. This can be used to qualitatively identify thinning or thickening of a rock unit in different directions.
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  • ...nterpreter's wavelet. ''First Break'' '''20''' (5), p 277–281. [http://www.rock-physics.com/papers_downloads/RPA_simm_and_white_2002.pdf Available online.] ...practice in well ties. ''First Break'' '''21''' (10), p 75–83. [http://www.rock-physics.com/papers_downloads/RPA_white_and_simm_2003.pdf Available online.]
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  • ...lity, Seismic Velocity, Attenuation and Anisotropy''<ref>Barton, N (2006). Rock Quality, Seismic Velocity, Attenuation and Anisotropy. Florida, USA: CRC Pr ...son tells about this effect in his essay in the forthcoming ''52 Things... Rock Physics'' book — stay tuned for more on that.
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  • # Our quantitative estimates of subsurface elastic properties are still very crude and incomplete. ...to figure out where proppant is going and what is the effective stimulated rock volume? What is the true value of microseismic information? The questions a
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