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Prestack Depth Imaging Within the Makassar Straits, Eastern Kalimantan, Indonesia

Chris Willacy, Suryadi Oemar, A. Edy Hermantoro, Paul Gilleran

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... was designed to test the suitability of using prestack depth migration in an area dominated by overthrust geology and at water depths in excess of 2000m...

2000

Implementation of the DIPSCAN Method to Estimate Boundary Dips in Complicated Structures by VSP Data

A. A. Tabakov, V.N.Ferentsi, H. Gravini

Asociación Colombiana de Geólogos y Geofisicos del Petróleo (ACGGP)

... is computed. And, if dips were determined for selective depths values in intervals between them are obtained as a result of interpolation The problem...

2006

Machine Calculation of Migration Data

E. Usdin

Oklahoma City Geological Society

...Machine Calculation of Migration Data E. Usdin 1958 310 310 The Southwestern Computing Service, Tulsa, Oklahoma, makes migration calculations...

1958

An Integrated Geological and Geophysical Interpretation of the San Carlos Basin, Costa Rica

Lesmes E. Ballestero C., Mihaela M. Dobrinescu, Gerardo Jager C., Ian R. Mayers

Circum Pacific Council Publications

... Plate's subduc­ tion zone here dips to the northeast at > 25°. The basin forms part of the Central American back arc region, and is separated from...

1995

Beam Migration for Imaging of Complex Structures

Karl Schleicher, John Sherwood, Lynn Comeaux, Mazin Farouki

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... structure. Downward continuation methods are able to handle multi-arrivals, but their inability to image steep dips is a severe limitation. We present...

2009

Structural Controls on the Formation of Bottom-simulating Reflectors Offshore Southwestern Taiwan from a Dense Seismic Reflection Survey

Philippe Schnurle, Char-Shine Liu

AAPG Special Volumes

... reflector (BSR) distribution offshore southwestern Taiwan. The color scale shows the BSR subbottom depths in meters, and thin lines show seismic ship...

2009

High Performance Seismic Data Migration for High Resolution Interpretation

C. N. Chernoff

Indonesian Petroleum Association

...High Performance Seismic Data Migration for High Resolution Interpretation C. N. Chernoff 1983 263 301 Areas which are characterized by steep dips...

1983

Modern Marine 3D Seismic Acquisition - Technical Considerations

Chris Walker

Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA)

... to differing dips the process is repeated with the dip of the reflector increased in 15° increments up to 75°, whilst keeping the depth of the reflector...

1997

Stratigraphic and Structural Interpretations Using Diffraction Seismograms

Richard K. Snavely , A.K.M. Sarwar

GCAGS Transactions

... seismogram and the seismic field trace illustrate a piercement salt dome, graben faulting, pinchout reflectors and salt truncation reflectors. The reflector...

1988

Reinterpreted Oriskany structure at the North Summit field, Chestnut Ridge anticline, Pennsylvania

Robert C. Shumaker

AAPG Bulletin

... of the western fold is broken by numerous small faults. Steep dips at these depths indicate that the rocks are folded and that the local structural...

2002

New Models for the Origin of Shale/Salt-Cored Anticlines in the Gulf of Mexico Using a Modified Area-Constant Detachment Fold Model

John H. Spang

GCAGS Transactions

... at the top of the growth sediments. The dips on the growth sediments above reflector 3 also decrease upward to the sea floor, which is about...

1999

Using Structural Dip Modeling to Determine Structure and Stratigraphic Position, #40444 (2009)

Charles R. Berg and Andrew C. Newson

Search and Discovery.com

... of borehole position becomes critical. When the bed dips are highly variable and complex, the interpretation of the dip and strike can be difficult...

2009

Abstract: Which Curvature is Right for You? Part - 2; #90174 (2014)

Satinder Chopra and Kurt J. Marfurt

Search and Discovery.com

... is required. Besides the reflector convergence attribute mentioned above, Marfurt and Rich (2010) also discuss the calculation of another attribute...

2014

TRUE THICKNESS LOG FROM DIPMETER DATA

William H. Stalhuth

Asociación Venezolana de Geología, Minería y Petróleo (AVGMP)

..., Mineria y Petroleo (AVGMP) and Datapages, Inc., 2014 15 on the dipmeter log. Next, fill in the calculation form (Figure 3). In the first column...

1961

Well Log and Seismic Character of Tertiary Terumbu Carbonate, South China Sea, Indonesia

J. Andrew May , Daryl R. Eyles

AAPG Bulletin

... of a prominent seismic reflector, and the L-structure carbonate has been divided into three main facies on the basis of wireline logs and seismic character...

1985

Vertical Seismic Profiling--A Measurement that Transfers Geology to Geophysics: Chapter 2

B. A. Hardage

AAPG Special Volumes

...-recorded seismic data. One technique by which reflector depths can be identified with VSP data is illustrated in Figure 6. A prominent, but arbitrary...

1985

Seismic Sequences and Their Distribution on the Wilkes Land Margin

S. L. Eittreim, G. L. Smith

Circum Pacific Council Publications

... is dominated by the Wilkes subglacial basin that lies parallel to the western side of the Transantarctic Mountains. This ice-filled valley, with depths...

1987

Subseismic Fault Identification Using the Fault Likelihood Attribute: Application to Geosteering in the DJ Basin

Ron Harris, Kyle Bracken, Bill Miller, Steve Angelovich, Thomas O'Toole

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... faults as a change in reflector coherence, which is very different to how humans perceive faults as a visible discontinuity in, and offset of, a set...

2019

SEISMIC REFLECTION SURVEYING FOR OIL AND GAS FIELDS IN NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS

TED COUGHRAN

Fort Worth Geological Society

.... The geophysicist is concerned about enough line length to record 10 to 40 degree flank dips of the buildups and provide processing velocity control at depths...

1989

A Practical Review of Migration Issues and Solutions; #40723 (2011)

Ian F. Jones

Search and Discovery.com

... constructively if within the Fresnel zone of the actual reflector (i.e. the principle of stationary phase) to contribute to the output image...

2011

Growth Faulting and Salt Diapirism: Their Relationship and Control in the Carolina Trough, Eastern North America: Rifted Margins: Field Investigations of Margin Structure and Stratigraphy

William P. Dillon, Peter Popenoe, John A. Grow, Kim D. Klitgord, B. Ann Swift, Charles K. Paull, Katharine V. Cashman

AAPG Special Volumes

... in Figure 2 and its interpretation is shown in Figure 3. We interpret that an unconformity, giving rise to diffractions, dips to the southeast at the left...

1982

More from Your Dip-Log Surveys

Curtis Franks, Bill White

Oklahoma City Geological Society

... the formation dips and not miscellaneous dips from sedimental features. In practice, the result is achieved by a different technique of calculation...

1958

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