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Improving Depth Prediction Accuracy of Quantified Drilling Hazards

W. Scott Leaney, William H. Borland

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

...-l (5) i=l 1- ri-l If the reflection coefficients are small, then this recursive product can be approximated by an exponentiated integration...

1996

Abstract: Characterizing Dipping Fractures from P-wave Amplitude Versus Azimuth Studies; #90187 (2014)

Jon Downton and Hampson Russell

Search and Discovery.com

.... L. Martins, 2001, Properties of weak contrast PP reflection/transmission coefficients for weakly anisotropic elastic media: Studia Geophysica et...

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Review: Geophysical Methods for Karst Detection and Mapping

T. L. Dobecki

Houston Geological Society Bulletin

... rock. A void/rock interface creates a significant acoustic impedance contrast which results in large reflection coefficients (nearly 100% of the seismic...

1990

Laboratory Experiments and Numerical Simulation on Bitumen Saturated Carbonates: A Rock Physics Study for 4D Seismology

Arif Rabbani, Jason Nycz, Zizhen Wong, Doug Schmitt, Ken Gray

Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA)

.... The technique involves two buffers — one for a P-wave and other for an S-wave transducers — to calculate relative reflection coefficients and also flight...

2016

Abstract: Amplitude variation with offset (AVO) inversion modeling with a local elastic solver

Ligia Elena, Jaimes Osorio, Alison Malcolm

Atlantic Geology

..., the wave reflections are better modeled by spherical waves than planar waves. Indeed, spherical reflection coefficients vary from planar reflection...

2018

Influence of Organic Matter in Soils on Radar-Wave Reflection: Sedimentological Implications

Remke L. van Dam,, Elmer H. van den Berg, Sytze van Heteren, C. Kasse, Jeroen A.M. Kenter, Koos Groen

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... amplitudes cannot be directly correlated with reflection coefficients (RC). For the unit 4 transition RC differs by a factor of 2 between pF 1 and pF...

2002

Abstracts: On the Extraction of Seismic AVF Information and the Inversion of Anelastic Reflectivity; #90173 (2015)

Chris Bird, Kristopher Innanen, Laurence Lines

Search and Discovery.com

..., Calgary AB [email protected] Summary Strongly dispersive reflection coefficients associated with highly absorptive, hydrocarbon charged targets...

2015

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Search and Discovery.com

... and anelastic two-layer isotropic Class 1 models are investigated. These responses are computed by utilizing Zoeppritz reflection coefficients...

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Search and Discovery.com

... and anelastic two-layer isotropic Class 1 models are investigated. These responses are computed by utilizing Zoeppritz reflection coefficients...

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Nightmare Multiples — A Step Towards a Solution

George Yao, Bob Estill, Daniel Heinze, Hans Tieman, Yusri, Jim Waugaman

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... of the hydrate stability zone, which is as much as 800 meters below the sea bed. This interval includes numerous high amplitude reflection coefficients which...

2003

XI. Bibliography

Norman S. Neidell

AAPG Special Volumes

... and transmission coefficients", Geophysics, V. 25, No. 1, pp. 106-129, 1960 End_Page 137------------------------ Fig. Response of Low Velocity Layer: 25 Hz...

1979

Impact of an Integrated Seismic Data Processing Approach: A Case Study in Central Sumatra

Mars E. Semaan, Eddy Murhantoro, Maryanto, Achmad Bermawi, Budi Subianto, Hari Santoso

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... and the reflection coefficients, the wavelet imbedded in the trace can be determined. Therefore, a dephasing filter can be applied to the seismic trace...

1992

Abstract: Raypath-Consistent Shear Wave Statics; #90224 (2015)

Raul Cova, David Henley, and Kris Innanen

Search and Discovery.com

... for the same receiver. In Figure 4 are shown the reflection times for the raytracing done above. Each reflection time is colored by the transmission angle...

2015

ABSTRACT: Three-Dimensional Prestack Inversion, Lobo Trend, South Texas; #90007 (2002)

Anno, Phil, Mark Wuenscher, Robert Corbin, John Hooper, Frank Chlumsky

Search and Discovery.com

..., 1980, Quantitative seismology: Theory and methods: W.H. Freeman and Co. Bortfeld, R., 1961, Approximation to the reflection and transmission...

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Abstract: Azimuthal Fourier Coefficient Elastic Inversion; #90174 (2014)

Benjamin Roure and Jon Downton

Search and Discovery.com

... of weak contrast PP reflection/transmission coefficients for weakly anisotropic elastic media: Studia Geophysica et Geodaetica, 45, 176-197. Rüger...

2014

The development of seismic reflection sandbox modeling

Donald H. Sherlock, Brian J. Evans

AAPG Bulletin

... as they are developed. The only processing applied to the recorded data for the display of the data and calculation of the reflection coefficients...

2001

Abstract: Characterizing Fractured Reservoirs Using Sonic Measurements (Paper 8)

Aung Than Oo, Amri Amdan, Rokiah Esa

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

... ofthe transmission losses and, in tum will generate a reflected Stoneley wave. Stone ley transmission and reflection analyses, combined...

2000

Limitations on Resolution of Seismic Reflections and Geologic Detail Derivable from Them: Section 1. Fundamentals of Stratigraphic Interpretation of Seismic Data

Robert E. Sheriff

AAPG Special Volumes

... may give rise to large reflection coefficients and hence be important in multiple generation. Where velocity information is not available...

1977

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