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  • ...tate the forthcoming discussion on the link between elastic waves and rock properties, first, we summarize the definitions of [[Mathematical_foundation_of_elasti ...mic source is so small that it does not cause any permanent deformation on rock particles along the propagation path. Hence, the strain induced by seismic
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  • ...future state of rendering rock properties and the state of utilizing these properties across our diverse industry applications. ...lly, regardless of the geologic environment. Hence, the ability to capture rock and fluid property information is pertinent to the geoscience practitioner
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  • ...ocks are not found; the igneous, metamorphic, granitized, or highly folded rock underlying sedimentary rocks. <b>2</b>. Petroleum <b>economic basement</b>
    1 KB (210 words) - 12:55, 30 October 2017
  • ...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
    1 KB (158 words) - 17:59, 14 November 2017
  • ...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</
    336 bytes (51 words) - 09:47, 6 September 2016
  • ...ments would be made on rock in place in contrast to measurements made on a rock sample in a laboratory.
    455 bytes (69 words) - 23:21, 18 January 2017
  • ...g historical times) and <b>rock magnetism</b> (basic study of the magnetic properties of rocks and minerals). See [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:remanent_magnet
    581 bytes (81 words) - 15:12, 4 November 2017
  • ...tivity, temperature, etc. Also called <b>[[Special:MyLanguage/rock physics|rock physics]]</b>.
    483 bytes (58 words) - 13:49, 8 March 2018
  • ...lor‐coded seismic sections: The calibration of AVO crossplotting to rock properties," The Leading Edge 14: 847-853.</ref>
    695 bytes (93 words) - 11:24, 17 September 2020
  • ...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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  • {{#category_index:R|rock magnetism}} Study of the magnetic properties of rocks and minerals.
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  • {{#category_index:R|rock physics}} Study of rock properties and their interrelation based on rock, core, or log samples. Also called <b>petrophysics</b>.
    273 bytes (37 words) - 11:41, 11 September 2020
  • 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
    992 bytes (122 words) - 13:33, 16 October 2017
  • 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
    40 KB (5,282 words) - 17:45, 23 February 2016
  • ...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
    12 KB (1,696 words) - 12:46, 21 September 2020
  • ...ly small compared to irreversible compaction effects caused by putting the rock under pressure (loading).
    336 bytes (45 words) - 17:22, 23 May 2017
  • ...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
    42 KB (6,465 words) - 18:07, 15 September 2021
  • ...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 === Source Rock ===
    18 KB (2,698 words) - 15:41, 13 December 2020
  • ...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]], [
    23 KB (2,964 words) - 01:55, 29 September 2019

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