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'''''Fault''''' Interpretation During '''''Seismic'''''Interpretation and Reservoir Evaluation: Fractured Reservoirs: Origin, Description, Evaluation by M. E. Badley, B. Freeman, A. M. Roberts, J. S. Thatcher, J. Walsh, J. Watterson, G. Yielding
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''Fault'' Shadow Correction Methodology P. Julien1, J. L. Broyer2, O. Bernet-Rollande3
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AAdvances in Seismic Fault Interpretation Automation*
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By
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Randolph Pepper1
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and Gaston Bejarano1

Revision as of 11:02, 6 July 2018

This page is currently being authored by a student at the University of Houston. This page will be complete by July 2018.

Fault terminology and characteristics

Source 1: Structural Geology textbook by Haakon Fossen

A fault is "any surface or narrow zone with visible shear displacement along the zone" (Fossen). A fault's displacement is described by its heave in the horizontal axis and throw in the vertical axis. (continued discussion of fault basics required?)

Fault interpretation in seismic exploration

Discussion of traps and seals caused by faulting

Processes of seismic imaging of faults

Ray-based Seismic Modeling

Post vs pre-migration

Common issues

Fault Shadow

Sources

Fault Interpretation During SeismicInterpretation and Reservoir Evaluation: Fractured Reservoirs: Origin, Description, Evaluation by M. E. Badley, B. Freeman, A. M. Roberts, J. S. Thatcher, J. Walsh, J. Watterson, G. Yielding

Fault Shadow Correction Methodology P. Julien1, J. L. Broyer2, O. Bernet-Rollande3

AAdvances in Seismic Fault Interpretation Automation* By Randolph Pepper1 and Gaston Bejarano1