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===[[SEG/EAGE 3D modeling Salt Model Phase-C 1996]]===
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== Overview ==
This model was built by the SEG research committee, and created as part of the Advanced Computational Technology Initiative, in partnership with the United States Department of Energy National Laboratories and Technology Centers. The bulk of the computation was done at Sandia and Los Alamos National Laboratories. The modeling resulted in shot records with a large areal receiver array<ref>Aminzadeh, F., Brac, J., and Kunz, T., 1997. [http://shop.seg.org/OnlineStore/ProductDetail/tabid/177/Default.aspx?ProductId=1153 3D Salt and Overthrust models.] SEG/EAGE Modeling Series, No. 1: Distribution CD of Salt and Overthrust models, SEG Book Series Tulsa, Oklahoma</ref>. These data were not retained, but three famous subsets archived by Chuck Mosher are still available:
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This model was built by the SEG research committee, and created as part of the Advanced Computational Technology Initiative, in partnership with the United States Department of Energy National Laboratories and Technology Centers. The bulk of the computation was done at Sandia and Los Alamos National Laboratories. The modeling resulted in shot records with a large areal receiver array<ref>Aminzadeh, F., Brac, J., and Kunz, T., 1997. [http://shop.seg.org/OnlineStore/ProductDetail/tabid/177/Default.aspx?ProductId=1153 3D Salt and Overthrust models.] SEG/EAGE Modeling Series, No. 1: Distribution CD of Salt and Overthrust models, SEG Book Series Tulsa, Oklahoma</ref>.
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== Availability ==
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These data were not retained, but three famous subsets archived by Chuck Mosher are still available:
 
*SEG C3 WA, the phase 3, Wide Azimuth Classic Subset [[SEG C3 WA | click here to download and for more information.]]
 
*SEG C3 WA, the phase 3, Wide Azimuth Classic Subset [[SEG C3 WA | click here to download and for more information.]]
 
*SEG C3 NA, the phase 3, Narrow Azimuth Classic Subset [[SEG C3 NA | click here to download and for more information.]]  This is the most widely used subset.
 
*SEG C3 NA, the phase 3, Narrow Azimuth Classic Subset [[SEG C3 NA | click here to download and for more information.]]  This is the most widely used subset.
 
*SEG 45 Shot Subset [[SEG C3 45 shot | click here to download and for more information.]]
 
*SEG 45 Shot Subset [[SEG C3 45 shot | click here to download and for more information.]]
  
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== External links ==
 
For more information, [mailto:[email protected] email Chuck Mosher]. Or, [http://www.cs.sandia.gov/~ccober/seismic/salt_c3.html click here].
 
For more information, [mailto:[email protected] email Chuck Mosher]. Or, [http://www.cs.sandia.gov/~ccober/seismic/salt_c3.html click here].
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== Publications ==
 
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Latest revision as of 03:39, 2 May 2016

Overview

This model was built by the SEG research committee, and created as part of the Advanced Computational Technology Initiative, in partnership with the United States Department of Energy National Laboratories and Technology Centers. The bulk of the computation was done at Sandia and Los Alamos National Laboratories. The modeling resulted in shot records with a large areal receiver array[1].

Availability

These data were not retained, but three famous subsets archived by Chuck Mosher are still available:

External links

For more information, email Chuck Mosher. Or, click here.

Publications

  1. Aminzadeh, F., Brac, J., and Kunz, T., 1997. 3D Salt and Overthrust models. SEG/EAGE Modeling Series, No. 1: Distribution CD of Salt and Overthrust models, SEG Book Series Tulsa, Oklahoma