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Polygonal Fault System in the Great South Basin, New Zealand; #42267 (2018)

Jianjun Li, Jie Qi

Search and Discovery.com

... is applied to sharpen structural and stratigraphic discontinuities and smear the incoherent noise on coherence. Fault images are co-render enhanced...

2018

Abstract: Case Study: The Use of Seismic Attributes to Detect Channels and Enhance Stratigraphic Trap Interpretation; #90285 (2016)

Vladimir Rybakov, Irina Mardanova, Yingwei Yu

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...Abstract: Case Study: The Use of Seismic Attributes to Detect Channels and Enhance Stratigraphic Trap Interpretation; #90285 (2016) Vladimir Rybakov...

2017

Interactive Seismic Interpretation: ABSTRACT

Alistair R. Brown, Anthony C. Gerhardstein, Keith D. Burkart

AAPG Bulletin

...Interactive Seismic Interpretation: ABSTRACT Alistair R. Brown, Anthony C. Gerhardstein, Keith D. Burkart 1983 431 431 67 3. (March) Interactive...

1983

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)

... view. Geosteering and Fault Interpretation Geosteering is the term used to describe the process of actively targeting a specific stratigraphic...

2019

Structural Model of Bukit Bajangan Deformation of Halang Formation in Kebumen, Central Java

Aldo Febriansyah Putra, Salahuddin Husein

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... PROCEEDINGS, INDONESIAN PETROLEUM ASSOCIATION Thirty-Ninth Annual Convention and Exhibition, May 2015 STRUCTURAL INTERPRETATION OF TECTONICALLY...

2015

ABSTRACT Challenging the Paradigm "Missing Section - Normal Fault" - Implications for Hydrocarbon Exploration, #90104 (2010)

Chatellier Jean-Yves D.; Rueda Maria Eugenia

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... as data; a missing section is the observation, calling it a normal fault is an interpretation. A series of  examples will show, in various structural...

2010

A Method for Assembling and Maintaining a Large Geologically Complex Geocelluar Model: Example from Elk Hills Field, California, #41019 (2012)

Nathaniel Reish and Peter Cowell

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.... The underlying interpretation consists of approximately 165,000 stratigraphic picks and 3,200 fault cuts in 3,500 wells over an area of 20,000 acres. Thirty...

2012

Volumetric Fault Enhancement Applications; #41869 (2016)

Satinder Chopra, Kurt J. Marfurt

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... parallel to stratigraphy. While useful for stratigraphic interpretation, these features often interfere with computer-aided fault interpretation. Fault...

2016

Comment on Article by R. S. Yeats on Low-Shake Faults of the Ventura Basin, CaliforniaŽ

A. M. Sarna-Wojcicki, R. F. Yerkes

Pacific Section SEPM

... with interpretation by Yeats, this volume, fig. 11). Estimated vertical throw on the fault is about 150 to 200 m (Yerkes and others, 1982; fig. 1...

1982

SOME FEATURES INDICATING TECTONIC DENUDATION BY THE HEART MOUNTAIN FAULT

William G. Pierce, Willis H. Nelson

Montana Geological Society

.... They are essential stratigraphic units in correctly interpreting the Heart Mountain fault, because the Cathedral Cliffs is the youngest unit...

1986

Geometric Analyses and Balanced Cross Sections of the Arbuckle Mountains and Washita Valley Fault

Stephen J. Naruk Bellare

Oklahoma City Geological Society

... and reinterpretation of data presented in Fay (1989) and Brown (1984). In this triangle zone interpretation, the main strand of the Washita Valley Fault...

1994

Abstract: Kinematic Structural Forward Modeling for Fault Trajectory Prediction in Seismic Interpretation; #90224 (2015)

Mohammed Alarfaj and Don C. Lawton

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...Abstract: Kinematic Structural Forward Modeling for Fault Trajectory Prediction in Seismic Interpretation; #90224 (2015) Mohammed Alarfaj and Don C...

2015

Structural Geology: Faults

Mike Shepherd

AAPG Special Volumes

... in conjunction with the absence of a reasonably persistent marker horizon, may be caused by a normal fault cutting out part of the stratigraphic...

2009

Chapter 7: Subsurface Structural Interpretation: The Significance of 3-D Structural Frameworks

Bob Krantz, Thomas Neely

AAPG Special Volumes

.... The gold standard in modern structural interpretation is the structural framework: an air-tight network of intersecting fault and horizon surfaces...

2016

ABSTRACT: Fresh Interpretation and Evolution of an Old Field; #90007 (2002)

Marie D. Cremer, John B. Aultmann

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...ABSTRACT: Fresh Interpretation and Evolution of an Old Field; #90007 (2002) Marie D. Cremer, John B. Aultmann AAPG Search and Discovery Article...

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Distinguishing Unconformities from Faults in Tertiary Sandstone Reservoirs of the Gulf Coast: Potential Sources of Error in Subsurface Mapping

R. P. Major, R. Dean Johnstone

Bulletin of South Texas Geological Society

.... Major, R. Dean Johnstone 1995 29 34 Vol. 35 (1995) No. 6. (February) Missing stratigraphic section identified in well logs in Gulf Coast boreholes...

1995

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