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Geothermal Regime in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin [Abstract]

Bachu, S., Burwash, R.A.

CSPG Bulletin

... less than the total heat flow. Past hydrogeological studies have shown that the permeability of the rocks and the velocity of formation waters are too...

1990

Abstract: Ground penetrating radar and seismic methods applied to detection of windows in the clay aquitard overlying the Fredericton Aquifer

J. A. Paasche, T. Gilman, K. E. Butler

Atlantic Geology

... that can be used to determine the subsurface features at a site. These methods utilize changes in material properties (e.g. density, velocity, dielectric...

2000

Abstract: Subsalt Interpretation and Visualization Techniques: Alaminos Canyon, Deep-Water Gulf of Mexico

Frank R. Love

GCAGS Transactions

... frontier and significant effort is being made to map these features and to improve seismic imaging through better velocity models. Variable subsalt...

2006

Scientific Objectives of Mohole, and Predicted Section: ABSTRACT

Harry H. Hess

AAPG Bulletin

..., or past isotherm, at which a reaction took place. Above the "crust" is a layer of variable thickness and seismic velocity thought...

1960

Exploring for Niagaran Pinnacle Reefs in Southern Michigan Basin: ABSTRACT

J. Labo, John Cousins

AAPG Bulletin

..., gravity data became unreliable owing to the presence of highly variable, surface glacial till. Initial efforts with single fold seismic were also...

1980

Differential Diffusion During Carbonate Diagenesis: ABSTRACT

Nicholas E. Pingitore, Jr.

AAPG Bulletin

... difference is the dominant variable and pore path plays a secondary role. Concentration differences between diagenetic site and aquifer may...

1980

Abstract: Two Prestack Anisotropic Depth Migration Methods for Tilted TI Media; #90211 (2015)

Xiang Du, John Bancroft, Don Lawton, and Larry Lines

Search and Discovery.com

... assumption for the relationship between anisotropic parameters and variable velocities, A-PSPI algorithms can handle an arbitrary distribution...

2015

Abstract: The Long and Short Solutions of Near-Surface Anomalies; #90286 (2017)

Ralph Bridle

Search and Discovery.com

... of the diverse surface topographies surmounting a variable geologic sub-surface. Modeling the near-surface depth/velocity diversity can be classified...

2017

Seismic Modelling in 3D for Migration Testing

Search and Discovery.com

... reflecting surfaces, with arbitrarily variable reflection coefficients, embedded in a 3D medium characterized by a v ( z ) background velocity...

2013

Abstract: 3D Seismic Imaging in the Pakistan Foothills: A Case History; #90172 (2014)

Victor Dolgov, Rob Vestrum, Jon Gittins, Géza Wittman

Search and Discovery.com

... locations and red indicates shot locations. Variable shot-point coverage depends on surface conditions. (b) Elevation map. Elevation ranges from 500 m (blue...

2014

Abstract: P-wave and S-wave Near-surface Characterization in Northeast British Columbia (NEBC); #90174 (2014)

Liliana M. Zuleta and Don C. Lawton

Search and Discovery.com

... to calculate the depth and velocity of the layers that were detected with the offset of 1500 m used during the acquisition. The objective...

2014

"Basement" to East Coast Continental Margin of North America

M. A. Mayhew

AAPG Bulletin

... of seismic layers of velocity greater than 4.5 km/sec., and referred to as "basement." The configuration of this surface of the East Coast continental...

1974

Shallow Seismic Survey on Weeks Island, Louisiana ... an Attempt to Define "Top of Salt"

G. L. Kinsland , A. W. Rutter III

GCAGS Transactions

... impedance contrast exists at the clastic sediment/salt interface by virtue of the strong velocity contrast between the shallow clastic sediments...

1994

The Hydraulic Equivalence of Mica: DISCUSSION

William A. Burroughs

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... process or the variable responsible. The combined supposition, however, that one hydraulic v riable, fall velocity, is the one that ultimately controls...

1985

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