Difference between revisions of "AGL Elastic Marmousi"

From SEG Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
 
(One intermediate revision by the same user not shown)
Line 2: Line 2:
  
 
The AGL Elastic Marmousi model was created at the University of Houston,
 
The AGL Elastic Marmousi model was created at the University of Houston,
and was released by its authors Gary S. Martin, Robert Wiley and Kurt J.
+
and was released by its authors Gary S. Martin, Robert Wiley and [[Kurt Marfurt]] with the permission of the program director of the Allied  
Marfurt with the permission of the program director of the Allied  
 
 
Geophysical Labs consortium in 2019.
 
Geophysical Labs consortium in 2019.
  
Line 15: Line 14:
 
total of 199 layers geological layers, as well as an extended water layer
 
total of 199 layers geological layers, as well as an extended water layer
 
of 450 m depth to simulate a deep water setting. The layers were derived
 
of 450 m depth to simulate a deep water setting. The layers were derived
from the same horizon picks that were used for the original Marmousi model
+
from the same horizon picks that were used for the original [[Dictionary:Marmousi model|Marmousi model]] and were supplied by Aline Bourgeois from the Institut Francais du Petrole
and were supplied by Aline Bourgeois from the Institut Francais du Petrole
 
 
(IFP). The simulated data were computed on a supercomputer system at the  
 
(IFP). The simulated data were computed on a supercomputer system at the  
 
University of Houston (UH), supported by Sun Microsystems. The data set  
 
University of Houston (UH), supported by Sun Microsystems. The data set  
Line 64: Line 62:
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
  
Martin, G. S., 2004, The Marmousi2 model, elastic synthetic data, and an
+
* [http://www.agl.uh.edu/pdf/theses/martin.pdf Martin, G. S., 2004, The Marmousi2 model, elastic synthetic data, and an analysis of imaging and AVO in a structurally complex environment: Master’s thesis. University of Houston]
analysis of imaging and AVO in a structurally complex environment:  
 
Master’s thesis. University of Houston. Retrieved from
 
www.agl.uh.edu/pdf/theses/martin.pdf
 
  
Martin, G. S., Marfurt, K. J., and Larsen, S., 2005, Marmousi‐2: An  
+
* {{cite journal|last1=Martin|first1=Gary S.|last2=Marfurt|first2=Kurt J.|last3=Larsen|first3=Shawn|title=Marmousi‐2: An updated model for the investigation of AVO in structurally complex areas|year=2002|pages=1979–1982|doi=10.1190/1.1817083}}
updated model for the investigation of AVO in structurally complex areas:
+
 
SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts 2002, 1979–1982.
+
* {{cite journal|last1=Martin|first1=Gary S.|last2=Wiley|first2=Robert|last3=Marfurt|first3=Kurt J.|title=Marmousi2: An elastic upgrade for Marmousi|journal=The Leading Edge|volume=25|issue=2|year=2006|pages=156–166|issn=1070-485X|doi=10.1190/1.2172306}}
doi:10.1190/1.1817083
 
  
Martin, G. S., Wiley, R., and Marfurt, K. J., 2006, Marmousi2: An elastic
 
upgrade for Marmousi: The Leading Edge, 25, 156–166.
 
doi:10.1190/1.2172306
 
  
 
== Download ==
 
== Download ==
 
Click the link below or paste into terminal: <br>
 
Click the link below or paste into terminal: <br>
 
wget [https://s3.amazonaws.com/open.source.geoscience/open_data/elastic-marmousi/elastic-marmousi-model.tar.gz  https://s3.amazonaws.com/open.source.geoscience/open_data/elastic-marmousi/elastic-marmousi-model.tar.gz]
 
wget [https://s3.amazonaws.com/open.source.geoscience/open_data/elastic-marmousi/elastic-marmousi-model.tar.gz  https://s3.amazonaws.com/open.source.geoscience/open_data/elastic-marmousi/elastic-marmousi-model.tar.gz]
 +
 +
[[Category:Open data]]

Latest revision as of 08:30, 15 January 2020

Statement

The AGL Elastic Marmousi model was created at the University of Houston, and was released by its authors Gary S. Martin, Robert Wiley and Kurt Marfurt with the permission of the program director of the Allied Geophysical Labs consortium in 2019.


Description

The AGL elastic Marmousi model, also commonly referred to as the Marmousi2 model, is an elastic extension of the original Marmousi model created by Gary S. Martin, Robert Wiley and Kurt J. Marfurt (2004, 2006). The model has a lateral extension of 17 km and a depth of 3.5 km and includes a total of 199 layers geological layers, as well as an extended water layer of 450 m depth to simulate a deep water setting. The layers were derived from the same horizon picks that were used for the original Marmousi model and were supplied by Aline Bourgeois from the Institut Francais du Petrole (IFP). The simulated data were computed on a supercomputer system at the University of Houston (UH), supported by Sun Microsystems. The data set includes subsurface models for density, P-wave and S-wave velocity, as well as a series of processed data sets (NMO stacks, pre- and poststack time and depth migrated sections).


Copyright notice

Copyright 2004 Allied Geophysical Laboratory, University of Houston, TX, USA


License

This model is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. To view a copy of the license, visit https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 or send a letter to Creative Commons, PO Box 1866, Mountain View, CA 94042, USA.

The license permits any user to freely copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format. Users are free to remix, transform, and build upon the material for any purpose, including commercially. Refer to LICENSE.txt for all terms and conditions, as well as the disclaimer of warranties.

Please DO NOT separate the model and data from this license and ALWAYS include the above statement and link with the data.


Acknowledgments

This model was created by Gary S. Martin (ION), Robert Wiley (University of Houston) and Kurt J. Marfurt (University of Oklahoma), with support from Aline Bourgeois (formerly IFP), Fred Hilterman (formerly University of Houston), Don Larson and Shawn Larson (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, formerly Los Alamos National Laboratory).

Funding for this work was in part provided by the United States Department of Energy's Next Generation Modeling and Imaging project.

This model was added to the SEG Open Data collection with help from Joseph Dellinger (BP), Robert Stewart (University of Houston) and Karl Schleicher (University of Texas at Austin).


References

  • Martin, Gary S.; Marfurt, Kurt J.; Larsen, Shawn (2002). Marmousi‐2: An updated model for the investigation of AVO in structurally complex areas. pp. 1979–1982. doi:10.1190/1.1817083.
  • Martin, Gary S.; Wiley, Robert; Marfurt, Kurt J. (2006). "Marmousi2: An elastic upgrade for Marmousi". The Leading Edge 25 (2): 156–166. doi:10.1190/1.2172306. ISSN 1070-485X.


Download

Click the link below or paste into terminal:
wget https://s3.amazonaws.com/open.source.geoscience/open_data/elastic-marmousi/elastic-marmousi-model.tar.gz