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  • Return to the [[SEG Honors and Awards]] page. ...pping: Fundamentals and challenges,” [[Qiuzi Li]], [[Harry W. Deckman]], and [[Deniz Ertaş]]
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  • of EAP include: fracture identification and characterization based on shear-wave splitting and azimuthal characteristics of P-wave attributes; improving the industry’s
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  • {{DISPLAYTITLE: '''Internet-accessible exploration and geophysical consortia'''}} ...facilitate internet communication between petroleum/natural gas companies and groups doing nonproprietary exploration geophysics research (broadly define
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  • ...' may be appropriately used to describe the process of structural modeling and imaging by way of inversion of traveltimes. ...iately used to describe the processes of estimating the acoustic impedance and AVO attributes by way of inversion of amplitudes.
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  • ...ion]], we define the ''geometry'' of the reservoir unit, and the overlying and underlying depositional units. Traveltimes, however, are only one of the tw ...n''. Our goal ultimately is reservoir characterization based on structural and stratigraphic inversion of seismic data with calibration to well data.
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  • ...Award]] 2014 <ref> SEG Honors and Awards Ceremony ''in'' Official Program and Exhibitors Directory, SEG Denver 26-31 October 2014 p.36-49.</ref> == ...this work, nearly 150 students have earned advanced degrees in geophysics and related disciplines. RCP has achieved many accomplishments in going from se
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  • ...t J. Marfurt. Seismic Attributes for Prospect Identification and Reservoir Characterization. Society of Exploration Geophysicists, 2007]</ref>]] ...e, acoustic impedance is affected by the lithology, porosity, density, and fluid type of the subsurface layers; then strong lateral changes in impedance con
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  • ...t J. Marfurt. Seismic Attributes for Prospect Identification and Reservoir Characterization. Society of Exploration Geophysicists, 2007]</ref>]] ...e, acoustic impedance is affected by the lithology, porosity, density, and fluid type of the subsurface layers; then strong lateral changes in impedance con
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  • ...ehole]] rocks from three primary isotopes: Potassium-40 (K), Thorium (Th), and Uranium (U) .<ref name=":0"><nowiki>https://ny.water.usgs.gov/projects/bgag ...ation|correlations]] with other logs/seismic data and boundary estimation, and monitoring movement of injected radioactive materials.<ref name=":0" /><ref
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  • ...rest, and calculations to estimate the shale or clay volumes, TOC content, and [[Dictionary:Brittleness|brittleness]] index for the available wells are th ...hould include gamma ray, dipole sonic, deep resistivity, neutron porosity, and density measurement.
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  • ...nce. Resistance is defined as the voltage divided by the current (R = V/I) and the value of a material's resistance depends on the resistivity of that mat == Configuration and electrode spacing ==
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  • ...mated or partially automated using computer algorithms, such as clustering and supervised learning.<ref>[https://www.geoinsights.com/seismic-facies-classi ...ep is to attempt to understand the environment of deposition, facies type, and from this infer probable lithofacies. A systemic approach is typically tak
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  • ...hers, workshops on current methods and technologies being used in industry and quizzes related to Geosciences. === <u>SEG Honorary lecture on "Reservoir Characterization of the next Generation"</u> ===
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  • ...ery (EOR)|enhanced oil recovery methods]] (EOR), such as [[Dictionary:Huff and puff|Huff-n-Puff]]. ...agle Ford Shale Information. https://www.rrc.state.tx.us/oil-gas/major-oil-and-gas-formations/eagle-ford-shale-information/ (accessed on October 2019)</re
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  • ...at phase and amplitude response improving well ties 7. Provides flat phase and amplitude response improving well ties. MT21 design supports marsh applicat
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  • ...contribution, as it provides a fundamental relation between two important and often-measured properties. == The 2020 SEG [[Reginald Fessenden Award]] <ref> Honors and Awards Ceremony Program, SEG Annual Meeting, 13 Oct 2020, Houston </ref> ==
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