...ocks are not found; the igneous, metamorphic, granitized, or highly folded rock underlying sedimentary rocks. <b>2</b>. Petroleum <b>economic basement</b>
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...Korringa J. 1975. On the dependence of the elastic properties of a porous rock on the compressibility of the pore fluid. GEOPHYSICS, 40, 608-616.</ref>, a
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...tation and hence may result in strong anisotropy of permeability and other properties. Detecting fractures is an objective of S-wave birefringence studies and of
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...aced in-hole electrodes are used to determine the electrical properties of rock near the drill hole. Also called <b>electric log, IP log, resistivity log</
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...ments would be made on rock in place in contrast to measurements made on a rock sample in a laboratory.
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...g historical times) and <b>rock magnetism</b> (basic study of the magnetic properties of rocks and minerals). See [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:remanent_magnet
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...tivity, temperature, etc. Also called <b>[[Special:MyLanguage/rock physics|rock physics]]</b>.
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...lor‐coded seismic sections: The calibration of AVO crossplotting to rock properties," The Leading Edge 14: 847-853.</ref>
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...ons and materials; determine the relevant physical/mechanical and chemical properties of these materials; evaluate stability of natural slopes and man-made [[soi
...properties on and below an area of interest to determine their engineering properties including how they will interact with, on or in a proposed construction. Si
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Study of the magnetic properties of rocks and minerals.
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Study of rock properties and their interrelation based on rock, core, or log samples. Also called <b>petrophysics</b>.
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Rock classification is organized according to different schemes which do not hav
...ion by residual magnetism (<b>''magnetostratigraphy''</b>, q.v.), chemical properties (<b>chemostratigraphy</b>), etc. Terminology is standardized by the Interna
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...early horizontally), and (3) principle of lateral continuity (a stratified rock body originally extended laterally until it terminated at the edge of a bas
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Geertsma, J., 1961, Velocity-log interpretation: the effect of rock bulk compressibility: Soc. Petr. Engr. J., 1,
Keller, G. R., 1987, Rock and mineral properties: in Nabighian, M. N., Ed., Electromagnetic methods in applied
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...igure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_T-13|T-13]]. It involves elastic properties that are the same in any direction perpendicular to a symmetry axis and it
In geophysics, a common assumption is that the rock formations of the crust are locally [[Dictionary:Polar_anisotropy|polar ani
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...ly small compared to irreversible compaction effects caused by putting the rock under pressure (loading).
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...ergy at an interface, typically a boundary between two different layers of rock. They are named after their author, the German geophysicist [[wp:Karl_Bern
...tuitive understanding for how the reflection amplitudes vary with the rock properties involved (density, velocity etc.), so approximations are useful.
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...shale that follow typical compaction gradients below water bottom. Hence, properties have subtle contrasts at macro-layer boundaries, especially in the shallow
...ilt on a 20x20m grid and sampled every 10m in depth. Each well contains 21 properties. [https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2YKn_VsUkhNdGpIeTVJbndKU28/view?usp=sha
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...Athabasca Nasa View| NASA]boast wide variations in heavy oil/bitumen fluid properties, which dictate the recovery strategies and market value of these viscous oi
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...pment of low-frequency shear modulus and attenuation measurements in mated rock fractures: Shear mechanics due to asperity contact area changes with normal
...Integrated VTI model building with seismic data, geologic information, and rock-physics modeling — Part 1: Theory and synthetic test,” [[Yunyue Li]], [
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