Published January 1, 1990
Reference - 228 Pages
ISBN 9789061919308 - CAT# RU41968
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A new method of integrated interpretation of seismic and geophysical well data, namely pseudoacoustic logging, is described. Methods of constructing detailed petro-physical models of geological sections, transformation of seismic logs into models of the medium, and the effect of various factors on the accuracy of modeling are examined.
The book is meant for geophysicists and geologists engaged in interpreting seismic data.
Contents: Acoustic & density properties; Effective models of real thin-layered sections; Inversion of seismic data in a pseudoacoustic section; Recovery of acoustic model of the medium; Methods of estimating shape of initial signal; Application of pseudoacoustic transformation of seismic data for solving geological problems.