Elements of 3D Seismology, Volume 1

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PennWell Books, 2004 - Science - 608 pages
"Elements of 3D Seismology is a thorough introduction to the acquisition, processing, and interpretation of 3D seismic data. Developed from university courses, the text teaches the fundamentals of 3D seismic theory, techniques, and application."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 General Properties of Waves
3
Chapter 2 Waves in Fluids
33
Chapter 3 Understanding Seismic Events
51
Chapter 4 Reservoir Fluid Properties
99
Chapter 5 Waves in Solids
113
Chapter 6 Waves in Porous Solids
135
Gathering Seismic Data
153
Chapter 7 2D Land Acquisition
155
Concepts
321
Classification and Velocity Analysis
343
Chapter 19 Historical Perspective
361
Part IV Color Plates
377
Extracting Geologic Information From Seismic Data
401
Chapter 20 Synthetic Seismogram Tuning and Resolution
403
Chapter 21 Introduction to Interpretation
433
Chapter 22 Data Volume
443

Chapter 8 Financial Aspects of 3D Seismic
171
Chapter 9 Survey Predesign
185
Chapter 10 Land Shooting Geometry
201
Chapter 11 Land 3D Design Optimization
223
Chapter 12 Marine Acquisition Methods
235
Chapter 13 Data Dimensionality and Components
253
Creating the Seismic Image
259
Chapter 14 Processing and Binning Overview
261
Chapter 15 Computing
283
Chapter 16 Creating the CMP Stack
291
Chapter 23 Structure
451
Chapter 24 Stratigraphy
469
Chapter 25 Seismic Attributes
485
Chapter 26 Amplitude in Space Time and Offset
505
Appendix A
527
Appendix B
545
Appendix C
557
Appendix D
559
Index
575
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Christopher L. Liner is Associate Professor of Geosciences at the University of Tulsa.

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