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  • Bahorich, M. and Farmer, S., 1995, 3-D seismic discontinuity for faults and stratigraphic features&mdash;The coherence Seismic refraction prospecting, Soc. Expl. Geophys., 348&ndash;361.</li>
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  • Co. He rose through the ranks from truck helper to seismic interpreter until to Magnolia. His interest in seismic problems, particularly those related to
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  • ...l field data acquisition, processing, interpretation, and integration with seismic. Through various mergers and acquisitions, LCT achieved a dominating positi ...rs to encourage the use of gravity in severe terrain. At the start of LCT, seismic companies acquired most marine gravity data—but then they all decided to
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  • impressive: seismic exploration for hydrocarbons, full-wave sonic logging, rock physics, VSP, seismological applications for the
    11 KB (1,604 words) - 23:44, 2 October 2020
  • ...pertise is in 3-D multi-component seismic technology, borehole geophysics, seismic stratigraphy, and reservoir characterization. Dr. Hardage was ...hed by SEG in 2000. Dr. Hardage received a Special Commendation Award (3-D Seismic Technology) from SEG in 1998. He was also awarded the A. I. Levorsen Memori
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  • ...enuation; the study of the near- field, near-source, and mode conversions; applications of machine learning; and, more recently, ...Petroleum Engineers. This work was one of the first practical examples of seismic interferometry, even before that term had been coined.
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  • ...n Research); and Schlumberger-Doll Research (leading the development of EM borehole techniques for reservoir imaging). ...ecticut, in 1990, where he led development of deep-probing electromagnetic borehole techniques for reservoir imaging and worked on reservoir monitoring with pe
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  • ...with many more specific enhancements, which carried EM well beyond mining applications to its recognition today as a prime direct hydrocarbon indicator. Vozoff pr ...medium at MIT and later in the 1980s when he guided his group into in-seam seismic.
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  • * 2017 "Coherence attribute applications on seismic data in various guises," [[Satinder Chopra]] and [[Kurt Marfurt]] * 2015 “New concepts for lowering the cost of frequent seismic reservoir monitoring onshore,” [[Kees Hornman]], [[Jorge Lopez]], [[Alben
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  • ...urface information. The first isolated tasks to be delivered and enter the seismic tool box related to the elimination of free surface multiples and the atten ...ded version''' of an invited key-note address for the '''SEG/KOC Workshop: Seismic Multiples, the Challenges and the Way Forward” in Kuwait December 3-5.'''
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  • ...er in the study of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), developing innovative applications for groundwater and contaminant hydrology. Following the outlook mirrored i ...lopment of innovative methods for using geophysical imaging for hydrologic applications, with a current focus on groundwater science and management.
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  • I’ve worked in seismology, borehole geophysics, gravity and for hydrocarbon applications. I did this for about six years and
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  • ...rdship of ExxonMobil's global production geophysics activity, including 4D seismic. ...smic Wave Attenuation (1981), Reservoir Geophysics (1992), and Methods and Applications in Reservoir Geophysics (2010), all published by the SEG. He served as an e
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  • ...d borehole measurement, and making significant contributions to geothermal applications and high-temperature instrumentation. He has effectively served the academi ...oration techniques for hard coal mining. Thus, one of the first 3D onshore seismic surveys (1975) was conducted under his scientific guidance. High resolution
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  • ...capabilities for high-pressure laboratory work as well as high-resolution seismic surveying. ...signal analysis with emphasis on SNR enhancement, imaging and inversion of seismic records.
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  • introduction and development of airborne, surface, and borehole geophysical measurements. Techniques that benefited from GSC research inclu EM, IP, magnetics, seismic, electrical, radiometric, and radar including GPR. Well known examples incl
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  • | title = Seismic Data Analysis | image = [[File:Seismic-data-analysis.jpg|frameless|180px]]
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  • | title = Seismic Data Analysis | image = [[File:Seismic-data-analysis.jpg|frameless|180px]]
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  • ...rch interests include borehole geophysics and seismic-while-drilling, with applications extending to drilling diagonostics and geosteering.<ref>Contributors, ''GEO ...age?doi=10.1190%2F1.1500367 ''A new approach to offshore drill-bit reverse seismic vertical profiling (RSVP),''] ''GEOPHYSICS'' 67(4):1071.</ref>
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  • | title = Seismic Data Analysis | image = [[File:Seismic-data-analysis.jpg|frameless|180px]]
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  • ...inology for geophysicists: Geophysics, 55, 1070–1088.</ref>. ''Most'' of seismic data analysis is based on the assumption that the subsurface behaves isotro ...of (shear) velocity with ''polarization'' angle. Anisotropic variation of seismic velocity must not be confused with the source-receiver azimuthal variation
    20 KB (2,927 words) - 14:47, 20 September 2020
  • ...expanded version of his labor-of-love, his two-volume treatment retitled [[Seismic Data Analysis]], also deserves recognition. These two volumes are on booksh ...op workflow products for processing, inversion, and interpretation of land seismic data.
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  • ...-Sayers Geophysics under stress: Geomechanical applications of seismic and borehole acoustic waves].” In 2013 he was His research interests include unconventional resources, seismic solutions,
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  • ...s using synchrotron micro-tomography (10^-6 m) to using timelapse borehole seismic measurements to characterize changes in reservoir properties (10^3 m). Whil ...he Annual Meeting]] for their paper ''Multi-level continuous active source seismic monitoring (ML-CASSM): Mapping shallow hydrofracture evolution at a TCE con
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  • ...rmack; Proceedings of First Archie Conference; Geophysical Developments 2: Seismic Modeling of Geologic Structure, S. W. Fagin, editor; 3: Expert Systems in E ...Geophysical bought Terra Marine Engineering ... SeisTex purchased by First Seismic ... Daniel Geophysical changed name to Geotrace Technologies ... Sierra Geo
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  • ...ble with more traditional hydrological characterization approaches such as borehole/log analyses and pumping or tracer tests. This session discussed the advanc ...ysics measurements for monitoring and time-lapse imaging for hydrogeologic applications. The session invited presentations that demonstrated new approaches to acqu
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  • ..., 2016, Grana et al., 2010), etc., into the geophysical inversion process. Applications range from greenfield exploration in the mining sector to freshwater table ...information include, but are not limited to, results or measurements from: borehole, well-log and petrophysical data, geostatistical analysis, geological data
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  • ...egration. Full waveform inversion, repeat measurements, such as time-lapse seismic and controlled-source electromagnetic data all offer significant uplift in ...entional" data - Multicomponent and borehole seismic, passive seismic; Non-seismic geophysical data
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  • ...turally occurring radiation found in the surrounding [[Dictionary:Borehole|borehole]] rocks from three primary isotopes: Potassium-40 (K), Thorium (Th), and Ur ...ium, stratigraphic [[Dictionary:Correlation|correlations]] with other logs/seismic data and boundary estimation, and monitoring movement of injected radioacti
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  • ...rd the resistivity of the formation with increasing distance away from the borehole.<ref name=Evenick /> <ref name=Asquith>Asquith, G. and D. Krygowski, 2004, [[File:Segi6.jpg|thumb| Diagram showing borehole, invaded zone, flushed zone, annulus, and uninvaded zone. Image from [[Dict
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  • her BS in geology and afterward working as a seismic analyst for applications including: hydraulic fracture microseismicity, geothermal production micr
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  • and promote applications of SEG high-end Conference; gave a presentation titled “Borehole seismic: Yesterday, today and tomorrow” at the SEG Rock Physics and
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  • ...multiple geophysical methods with significant contribution in the area of seismic acquisition and design. It is most appropriate for SEG to recognize Chris w ...more than 16 journal articles, 25 convention presentations, and 18 patent applications. It is inspiring to see that Chris’s volunteerism to professional societi
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  • ...ductId/14630013 ''3C Seismic and VSP: Converted waves and vector wavefield applications''] ...>Gaiser, James. ''3C Seismic and VSP: Converted waves and vector wavefield applications.'' Eds. James Gaiser et al. Society of Exploration Geophysicists, 2016. {{d
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  • ...Frame have been used for generating synthetic seismograms and interpreting seismic site surveys. Within GeoFrame, data are stored in an Oracle database. The s
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  • This workshop identified the safety and environmental benefits of Seismic While Drilling and sought to accelerate its adoption by the industry. ...hysicists, geologists, and petrophysicists to work together developing SWD applications and technology.
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  • ...various geophysical techniques that include basin definition and modeling, seismic survey design, data acquisition, data processing workflows, interpretation, * '''Advanced seismic acquisition & processing'''
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  • ...18}}</ref> It propagates along the cylindrical fluid-solid boundary of the borehole and has no spherical divergence.<ref name="Gadallah" /> Tube waves often ha ...t | first4 = P.| year = 2003| title = Tube-wave suppression in single-well seismic acquisition| journal = Geophysics| volume = 68| issue = 3| pages = 883-869}
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  • ...ent. As noted by one nominator: “These studies provide insight for field applications when in-situ conditions are imperfect, which is almost always the case.” ...te studies in the Earth Resources Laboratory at MIT. He started working on seismic wave scattering from fractures with one of us (MF). In 2011, he worked as a
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  • ...ale surveys. The possible scale of GPR study areas allows for many diverse applications, spanning from finding a pipe in a front yard to measuring the thickness of ...both structure and climate history. Because GPR penetrates ice easily and seismic does not, it is useful for imaging shallow geology below ice bodies. GPR is
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  • == Chapter 2: Theory of seismic waves == * [[Magnitude of disturbance from a seismic source]]
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  • ...tion of the rocks.<ref name=":1" /> Magnetic surveys are used in different applications such as minerals prospecting, groundwater, or volcano monitoring; examples ...etic Surveys: Proceedings of the US Geological Survey Workshop on Geologic Applications of Modern Aeromagnetic Surveys, Held January 6-8, 1987, in Lakewood, Colora
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  • ...consequently, the acquisition of data e.g. cores, well logs, 3D and [[4-D seismic method]] ...ir correlative conformities.” Depositional sequences can be mapped using seismic, wireline logs, and outcrop data.
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  • '''''Technical topics:''''' Petrophysics, Seismic data processing, Seismic interpretation, unconventional reservoirs and prospecting generation. Borehole geologist at Schlumberger Egypt
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  • | name = Digital Imaging and Deconvolution: The ABCs of Seismic Exploration and Processing | title = Digital Imaging and Deconvolution: The ABCs of Seismic Exploration and Processing
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  • | name = Digital Imaging and Deconvolution: The ABCs of Seismic Exploration and Processing | title = Digital Imaging and Deconvolution: The ABCs of Seismic Exploration and Processing
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  • | name = Digital Imaging and Deconvolution: The ABCs of Seismic Exploration and Processing | title = Digital Imaging and Deconvolution: The ABCs of Seismic Exploration and Processing
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