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  • * [[Seismic interpretation]]: [[Travel time]] vs depth * [[Seismic processing]], spatial analysis: time–offset, [[Tau-p]], [[f-k]], [[Radon]], etc.
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  • ...ass of image attributes of use in [[seismic interpretation]] and [[seismic analysis]]. Including: [[Category:Image processing]] [[Category:Seismic interpretation]]
    341 bytes (39 words) - 19:50, 27 May 2013
  • This is a list of open seismic and geophysical datasets. They are listed according to the most basic data ==Post-stack seismic data==
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  • An approximate solution to the [[Zoeppritz equation]], used in [[seismic analysis]]. [[Category:Rock physics]][[Category:Geophysics]][[Category:Seismic analysis]]
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  • ...and perhaps the spatial length too. The image uploads to the server, some analysis is performed (on a Madagascar back-end?), and get back some basic informati
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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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  • ...leigh ([[Wikipedia:John Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh|WP]]) || 1842-1919 || [[Seismic resolution]] | [[Reginald Fessenden]] || 1866-1932 || First patent for seismic reflection imaging
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  • ...ene of log analysis. The characterization of reservoir properties from the analysis of all these measurements is commonly called ''petrophysics.'' ...Manual focuses primarily on the logging tools, logs, and their associated analysis. The first three chapters address basic open hole and cased hole logging to
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  • ...volumes) 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 ...tude of a reflection changes with offset is the basis of AVO analysis. AVO analysis, in turn, is the basis of many fluid and lithology prediction techniques.
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  • *Taner, MT, F Koehler & R Sheriff (1979), Complex seismic trace analysis, ''Geophysics'' '''44''', 1041, [http://dx.doi.org/10.1190/1.1440994 DOI: 1 *Russell, B (1998). A simple seismic imaging exercise. ''The Leading Edge'' '''17''', p 885. DOI: [http://dx.doi
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  • ! Seismic Lab<ref>http://www-geo.phys.ualberta.ca/saig/SeismicLab</ref> | Seismic processing toolbox
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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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  • ...[signal:noise]], [[move-out]], [[frequency]] content, [[phase]], and other seismic attributes, on offset, incidence angle, azimuth, and other geometric attrib ...ingle gather. The traces are sorted by offset in order to perform velocity analysis for data processing and hyperbolic moveout correction. Only shot–receiver
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  • ...ed accurately. Even at thicknesses greater than but close to this limit, [[seismic resolution]] is compromised. ...al decomposition are now in use, and the technique is ''de riguer'' in the analysis of subtle stratigraphic plays and fractured reservoirs.
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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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  • ...ectral decomposition are now in use, and the technique is de riguer in the analysis of subtle stratigraphic plays and fractured reservoirs. Spectral decomposition requires the transformation of each individual 1D seismic trace, <math>s(t)</math> into a 2D time-frequency representation, <math>s(\
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  • ...horizons, or even as stratal surfaces, but this is an over-simplification. Seismic is prone to multiple reflections, interference effects, and distortion due ...(left), and geophysics-centric horizon (right) from the Penobscot 3D (Open Seismic Repository). Reds are highs and blues are lows.]]
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  • A [[seismic attribute]]. A [[phase]]-independent representation of [[amplitude]], somet The seismic traces however, have more information than that. On the zero phase trace, t
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  • Seismic is about acoustic vibration. The archetypal oscillation, the sine wave, des ...at this manifests itself as an apparent lateral shift in the waveform. For seismic data, this means a time shift. More on this later.
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  • ...32 in field or newly-processed seismic data, or 8 or 16 in post-processed seismic data. ...t hundreds of thousands of dollars, we want to capture every nuance of the seismic wavefield, including noise, multiples, reverberations, and hopefully even s
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