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Discussion of "Quartz Grain Orientations (The Photometric Method)"

Peter C. Trescott

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... description of the fundamental theory behind the photometric method, which is easier to understand by utilizing the Jones calculus, and for placing...

1972

Finite Difference Modeling: Part I: Become Expert in Five Minutes

Lasse Amundsen, Ørjan Pedersen, Martin Landrø

GEO ExPro Magazine

... mathematician Charles Hermite (1822–1901). Newton, 1666: “I’ve invented calculus!” Leibniz, 1674: “I’ve invented calculus!” Landrø, 2014: “Really? Sounds...

2018

ABSTRACT: Matemáticas Aplicadas a Las Ciencias de la Tierra: A Book that can Support Better and Optimal Decisions

Isabel P. Aguilar Juárez, J. Arellano Gil

GCAGS Transactions

... calculus, vector calculus, differential equations, numeric methods, and probability and statistics. Of course, we want to comment that the book has had...

2011

Quartz Grain Orientations--1 (The Photometric Method)

R. F. Sippel

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... methods. This paper employs the Jones Calculus, a powerful method for polarized light calculations. With its help a quantitative theory of the photometer...

1971

Size Frequency Distributions of Sediments

W. C. Krumbein

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

..., an important characteristic of curves in general must be discussed. By the calculus it may be demonstrated that every continuous curve has associated...

1934

Useless Publication: GEOLOGICAL NOTES

Howard A. Meyerhoff

AAPG Bulletin

... the "Possible Applications of the Calculus in Paleopsychological Computations." Lest this sound like pure burlesque, may it be said that in one actual...

1967

The Generation of Scour Marks Near Obstacles

Peter D. Richardson

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...: Connecticut Acad. Arts Sciences Trans, v. 42, p. 57-96. ELSGOLC, L. E., 1962, Calculus of variations. Addison-Wesley, 178 p. FROMM, J. E., AND HARLOW, F. H...

1968

Quantitative Fracture Study--Sanish Pool, Mckenzie County, North Dakota

George H. Murray, Jr.

AAPG Bulletin

... engineering: New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., p. 47. Sherwood, G. E. F., and Angus E. Taylor, 1946, Calculus: rev. ed., New York, Prentice...

1968

Mid Wilcox Channel: Deep Exploration Potential

R. S. Vormelker

Bulletin of South Texas Geological Society

... Algebra and Calculus Made Simple: Made Simple Books, New York, N. Y., 222 p. Halbouty, Michel, T., 1969, Hidden Trends and Subtle Traps in Gulf Coast...

1979

Abstract: Generalized Frames for Gabor Operators in Seismic Imaging; #90172 (2014)

Michael P. Lamoureux, Gary F. Margrave, Peter C. Gibson

Search and Discovery.com

... description of these algorithms, leading to a numerical calculus that can give useful information about the stability, accuracy and efficiency...

2014

Using and Improving Surface Models Built by Computer: Part 8. Integrated Computer Methods

David E. Hamilton

AAPG Special Volumes

.... Often variations in data distributions allow one surface to project past another or to have significantly more form definition than others...

1992

Estimating Stimulation-Zone Anisotropy Effects During Microseismic Monitoring

Martin Karrenbach, Steve Cole, Victor Yartsev

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... angles, the middle sections exhibit strong variations. These variations are confirmed by the overlaid ray paths. In the middle receiver section, we see...

2015

Finite Difference Modelling: Part III: Time-Step n-Tupling

Lasse Amundsen, Ørjan Pedersen, Martin Landrø

GEO ExPro Magazine

... branch to higher mathematics, now called the ‘calculus of finite differences’. In his work, we find the first systematic treatment of differential...

2018

Constructing a Geological Model to Estimate the Capacity of Commercial Scale Injection, Utilization and Storage of CO2 in the Jacksonburg-Stringtown Field, West Virginia, USA; #80518 (2016)

Zhi Zhong, Timothy R. Carr

Search and Discovery.com

.... 1130-1146. McCulloch, W.S., and W. Pitts, 1943, A Logical Calculus of the Ideas Immanent in Nervous Activity: The Bulletin of Mathematical Biophysics, v. 5...

2016

Real Time J-Lay Pipe Deflection and Position Monitor

Michael M. Holland, Rod Edwards

Southeast Asia Petroleum Exploration Society (SEAPEX)

... is performed to determine whether the vector from the third slice is parallel to the plane. From the calculus of vectors it can be shown that a vector...

1996

Application of Machine Learning for Production Forecasting for Unconventional Resources

Cheng Zhan, Sathish Sankaran, Vincent LeMoine, Jeremy Graybill, Didi-Ooi Sher Mey

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... in calculus, or to be more specific, change of variable. Instead of predicting the oil rate, we change the target variable to cumulative production...

2019

Curvature of Equipotential Surfaces

M. M. Slotnick

AAPG Bulletin

... of this matter in which only the bare fundamental concepts of the differential calculus are needed. In this paper, the writer attempts to develop...

1932

Training Geologists in Geomathematics and Use of Computers: GEOLOGIC NOTES

John C. Davis

AAPG Bulletin

... departments required advanced calculus or differential equations. Syracuse University, with five classes, has the distinction of offering the greatest...

1975

How to Make Velocity Corrections

John W. Daly

AAPG Bulletin

... techniques. The calculus is useful in demonstrating certain mathematical proofs, but is not used in routine computation. Anyone who knows enough mathematics...

1944

Miocene Vertebrate Fossils Recovered from the Pascagoula Formation in Southeastern Louisiana

Judith A. Schiebout, John H. Wrenn, Suyin Ting, Julie L. Hill, Mark D. Hagge, Michael J. Williams, Grant S. Boardman, Brooks B. Ellwood

GCAGS Transactions

..., Evanston, Illinois, 676 p. Gobetz, K. E. and S. R. Bozarth, 2001 Implications for Late Pleistocene mastodon diet from opal phytoliths in tooth calculus...

2006

A Production Decline Model Based on Anomalous Diffusion Stemming from Complex Fracture Network

Shuai Liu, Han Li, Peter Valkó

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... B., Odzijewicz, T., & Torres, D. F. 2015. Advanced methods in the fractional calculus of variations. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-14756-7 Metzl...

2018

Orientation Distribution Patterns of Graptolite Rhabdosomes from Ordovician Sediments in Central Victoria, Australia

Noel W. Schleiger

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... Soc. Victoria Proc. v. 45 (N.S.) Pt. II, p. 33-84. WHITTAKER, E. T., AND ROBINSON, G., 1962, The Calculus of Observations. Blackie and Son, London, 397...

1968

Industry and Geological Agencies Evaluate a Curriculum in Geology: GEOLOGICAL NOTES

Paul Dean Proctor

AAPG Bulletin

..., desirable, or unnecessary with space for suggested additions and deletions. BASIC SCIENCE EVALUATION Mathematics through integral calculus, 10 semester...

1959

A Modified Logarithmic Probability Graph for the Interpretation of Mechanical Analyses of Sediments

George H. Otto

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

...; such variations are permissible. The combination of platy and well-rounded grains in the same sample is to be avoided. End_Page 72...

1939

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