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  • {{#category_index:R|reservoir geophysics}} ...t in delineating or describing a reservoir, or monitoring the changes in a reservoir as it is produced. See Sheriff (1992).
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  • ...ata; isotropic and anisotropic converted-wave imaging; characterization of reservoir rock properties using seismic anisotropy; and anisotropic AVO analysis. ...n the driving force for industry research in the Department of Exploration Geophysics, Curtin University of Technology in Perth, Australia.
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  • | series = Investigations in Geophysics ...presented. By [[structural inversion]], we define the ''geometry'' of the reservoir unit, and the overlying and underlying depositional units. Traveltimes, how
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  • | series = Investigations in Geophysics * [[Introduction to reservoir geophysics]]
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  • ...e course of this work, nearly 150 students have earned advanced degrees in geophysics and related disciplines. RCP has achieved many accomplishments in going fro ...rvoir Characterization Project (RCP) has pioneered substantial advances in reservoir characterization through application of multicomponent and time-lapse (4D)
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  • {{#category_index:R|reservoir geophysics}} ...t in delineating or describing a reservoir, or monitoring the changes in a reservoir as it is produced. See Sheriff (1992).
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  • {{#category_index:R|reservoir geophysics}}
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  • === Honoring Bob Sheriff: Reservoir Geophysics & Interpretation === ...includes the best seller for SEG, "Encyclopedic Dictionary of Exploration Geophysics" that serves as foundational content for the SEG Wiki; and finally, a legac
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  • ...e/Dictionary:geophysics|''geophysics'']]. <b>2</b>. Determining geothermal reservoir temperatures from the relative concentrations of Na, K, Ca, and Mg ions in
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  • ...er suited for imaging, characterization and monitoring of processes in the reservoir. Moreover, with his multidimensional deconvolution approach he also made an == Biography 2011 <ref>Contributors, ''GEOPHYSICS'' Vol. 76, No. 4, pp. Z95-Z99.</ref> ==
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  • | title = '''Encyclopedic Dictionary of Applied Geophysics''' ...accumulation. <b>4</b>. Movement of fluids (e.g., of a oil and water) in a reservoir.
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  • {{#category_index:R|reservoir geophysics}} ...t in delineating or describing a reservoir, or monitoring the changes in a reservoir as it is produced. See Sheriff (1992).
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  • ...nd Tsvankin, I., 1995, Velocity analysis for transversely isotropic media: Geophysics, 60, inversion: Geophysics, 56, 2027&ndash;2035.</li>
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  • ...pez, J. (1999). Interpretational applications of spectral decomposition in reservoir characterization. The Leading Edge, 18(3), 353-360. doi:10.1190/1.1438295</ ...Spectral decomposition of seismic data with continuous-wavelet transform. Geophysics, 70(6), 19-25. doi:10.1190/1.2127113</ref>.
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  • ...allenges experienced by the [http://rcp.mines.edu Colorado School of Mines Reservoir Characterization Project] at their Postle Field study area. Four companion *Isotropic model without [[Dictionary:near-surface geophysics|near-surface]] complexity
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  • | BSc = Geophysics | MSc = Geophysics
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  • | BSc = Geophysics | MSc = Geophysics
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  • O. S. Petty is truly one of the pioneers of exploration geophysics. ...ion seismic method and holds a number of "landmark" patents in exploration geophysics. Many principles and techniques which he developed are still in general use
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  • ...geophysics]] focus on provision of a static description of the hydrocarbon reservoir rock, while petroleum engineering focuses on estimation of the recoverable ...[well logging]]), [[drilling]], [[economics]], [[reservoir simulation]], [[reservoir engineering]], well engineering, [[artificial lift]] systems, completions a
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  • ...the Executive Committee, substantially advanced the science of exploration geophysics. Return to [[SEG Honors and Awards]]. * 2015 [[ETH Institute of Geophysics: Center for Applied and Environmental Geophysics (CAEG)]]
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  • ...g widespread use in such areas as fracture trend delineation and reservoir geophysics in general.
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  • ...tight oil is becoming more prevalent with a significant reservoir type and reservoir quality across Swan Hills. [[File:175 43 400.jpg|thumb ...750 meters. <ref>Takahashi, A., & Torigoe, T. (2008, January 1). Oil Sands Reservoir Characterization in Athabasca, Canada. International Petroleum Technology C
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  • | MSc = Geology and Geophysics | PhD = Geology and Geophysics
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  • | PhD = Geophysics ...ic elastic modeling, seismic pattern recognition, artificial intelligence, reservoir monitoring, and induced seismicity. Fred has served SEG as president. He ha
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  • The Best Paper in ''Geophysics'' is selected by the Editor for consideration as a candidate for the award. === Best Papers in Geophysics 1947-present ===
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  • for [[Best Paper in Geophysics]]. ...effects of carbonate karst collapse on overlying clastic stratigraphy and reservoir compartmentalization,''] [[Bob A. Hardage]], [[David L. Carr]], [[David E.
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  • | BSc = Applied Geophysics | PhD = Applied Geophysics
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  • | Notable awards = Virgil Kauffman Gold Medal Award; Best paper in GEOPHYSICS | MSc = geophysics
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