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  • There are four basic types of seismic sensor (sometimes generically referred to as receivers in exploration geoph ;[[Seismometer]] : precision instruments not used in seismic exploration
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  • A type of [[seismic receiver]] most often used in marine seismic exploration. ...lements, single-directional pressure pulses can be discriminated from true seismic pressure waves.
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  • A checklist for getting products from a seismic processing shop. | style="width:20px;" |   || style="width:240px;"| '''A beautiful seismic volume to interpret''' || Usually prestack time migration.
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  • Generally any [[seismic receiver]] device could be used as a seismometer, but typically ''seismomet * [[Seismic receiver]]
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  • ...can measure ground acceleration or gravitational force. Can be used in a [[seismic receiver]]. ...iny mechanical systems can be housed in a robust casing and used to record seismic waves. Response frequencies range from 4–1000 Hz (8 octaves; theoreticall
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  • '''Amplitude''' is the measure of the displacement of a point along a seismic wave from the middle (zero crossing). Amplitudes can be positively valued ( ...a nice page that describes and summarizes many of the factors controlling seismic amplitudes.
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  • The number of traces summed into the natural bin in a seismic survey. ==Seismic quality==
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  • A type of [[seismic receiver]] most often used in seismic exploration. * [[Seismic receiver]]
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  • ...for marine sonar data. Output by [http://www.edgetech.com/ EdgeTech] JStar acquisition software. ...4, with last update in 2005. It allows the conversion of Edgetech jsf 512i seismic data format to SEGY Rev_1. This manual describes briefly different folders
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  • ...) combine data from many offsets. So let's look at the geometry of seismic acquisition. A map shows the layout of shots (red) and receivers (blue). We can define ...ceiver that recorded the trace in question. If we know the geometry of the acquisition, and the size of the recording patch or length of the streamers, then we ca
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  • ...o-dipping reflector in the subsurface,<ref>See Russell, B (1998). A simple seismic imaging exercise. The Leading Edge 17 (7), 885–889. DOI: 10.1190/1.143805 * [http://www.xsgeo.com/course/acq.htm Acquisition course notes] — from XSGeo
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  • .../2013/5/7/a-revolution-in-seismic-acquisition.html A revolution in seismic acquisition?] — Day 1
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  • ...bute analysis''' is the process of inferring geological information from [[seismic attribute]]s. ...y as possible. A nice way to do this is to crossplot the property with the seismic attribute — that way you also know the error of the estimate. A map showi
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  • ...VO, amplitude vs offset is a general euphemism for the angle dependence of seismic reflectivity. Strictly speaking , this behaviour is AVA, or amplitude vs an ==The non-literality of seismic==
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  • *Taner, MT, F Koehler & R Sheriff (1979), Complex seismic trace analysis, ''Geophysics'' '''44''', 1041, [http://dx.doi.org/10.1190/1 ==Acquisition==
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  • The purpose of seismic processing is to manipulate acquired data into an image or set of images of ...wing is a not-exhaustive list of geophysical contractors who specialize in seismic data processing
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  • ...t returns from the series of rock boundaries. A question that concerns the seismic experiment (see [[Migration]]) is: What sample rate should I choose to adeq ...y part of the frequencies you do record. Can you see this happening in the seismic reflection trace shown here? You may need to traverse back and forth betwee
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  • * Vast improvement of seismic acquisition and processing; becomes vital exploration tool ...4D seismic provide volumetric and dynamic picture of reservoirs; leads to seismic stratigraphy
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  • ...tml The Agile Interpreter's Canon] — a list of strategy and guidelines for seismic interpretation. ...logy.html Tuning geology] — wedge models for bed thickness and determining seismic tuning effects.
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  • [[Norm Cooper's acquisition planning rules]] [[Types of seismic inversion]]
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