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Advances in gravity and magnetic processing and interpretati




J. Derek Fairhead

This book results from over 40 years of teaching the subject at post graduate (Masters) level to geophysical exploration geoscientists. It provides an insight into the acquisition, advanced processing and interpretation of gravity and magnetic data used in today's oil and mineral exploration industries. The book does not go into any detailed mathematical treatment of potential field theory which is more than adequately covered by other recently published text books, but adopts a more practical approach of how one processes and interprets gravity and magnetic profile and grid data to generate 3D structural depth maps. Advanced processing and interpretation have evolved significantly over the last two decades. The traditional amplitude derivative methods are now augmented by powerful local phase and local wavenumber derivative methods, all of which are used to identify and map structural lineaments as well as providing accurate depth estimations using infinite and finite depth models. In what one can call the post-Euler era, interpretation methods have evolved from generating clouds of Euler depth solutions to estimating depths of individual magnetic anomalies. Where sedimentary basins are at their deepest, there is often a sparsity of depth solutions but not magnetic data. Transforming the magnetic data into pseudo-gravity now provides a means of mapping the whole basement surface. The book draws extensively on collaborative works with Dr Ahmed Salem, other colleagues and research students via publications which are references both within the text and at the end of each section.

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Application manual of geophysical methods to engineering and



This book is a comprehensive manual of shallow geophysical surveys for engineering and environmental applications. It describes details of applicability and limitation, field procedure, analysis and interpretation of geophysical methods in simple terms. Keep this manual on your desktop and refer to it from time to time to improve the quality of your work in construction engineering and environmental maintenance. This manual of geophysical surveys describes the standard procedure of practice rather than the basic theories of geophysical methods. Its intention is to share our experience with young geophysicists who collect and analyze geophysical data and clients who use results of geophysical surveys. It describes standard operational procedure of data acquisition and analysis in each method to reach a sound interpretation of the data. It also includes a due consideration on performance efficiency, quality control and reporting. Geophysicists may refer to this manual in all the stages of a survey: data acquisition, processing, analysis and interpretation. To the clients of the survey, this manual may be particularly useful in understanding the surveys from planning to assessing the outcome: how data are presented.

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Beyond conventional seismic imaging




Evgeny Landa

This book deals mostly with different aspects of time imaging, wavefield parameter estimation and velocity model building. Evgeny Landa introduces some new ideas of non-specular seismic imaging and imaging without using velocity or wavefield parameters. In this book Landa briefly describes the CMP method and NMO moveout correction. He discusses several non-hyperbolic generalizations of the NMO correction and he introduces two new imaging methods which are not based on the CMP observation geometry. He also introduces imaging based on scattering wavefield rather than on specular reflections. A special chapter will describe a new methodology integrating imaging and prestack data re-datuming to simplify the observed wavefield. At the end of the book a new heuristic method for imaging without knowledge or estimation of velocity information will be described.

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Climate stratigraphy




Djin Nio

One of the most important steps in oil and gas E&P is the construction of a near-synchronous high-resolution stratigraphic framework. This stratigraphic framework forms the basis in the search for additional potential reservoirs and especially in reservoir characterization. Many reservoir intervals are barren of fossils, and conventional stratigraphic methods often lack the required level of resolution. An alternative stratigraphic approach is to use the climate record stored in the sedimentary rock record and subsequently recorded by facies-sensitive wireline logs. The science behind this approach is climate stratigraphy, which is a relatively new discipline combining advanced numerical processing of conventional log data with the theory of climate-driven cyclicity in sedimentary depositional systems.    Extraction of the climatic signal from facies-sensitive wireline logs allows the construction of a high-resolution stratigraphic framework for both reservoir and regional scale correlation, more or less independently of other stratigraphic data. It is therefore a highly cost-effective and universally applicable method deserving of wider appreciation and use.    These course notes include a discussion on the theory of climate changes and its effect to sedimentary facies and its relation to the stratal pattern architecture in the subsurface. This is followed by an extensive explanation of spectral analysis of facies-sensitive wireline logs and the transformation of logs. These log transforms or spectral attribute curves are used in well correlations for the construction of a near-synchronous stratigraphic correlation framework. The book is highly illustrated and it includes several examples from clastic as well as carbonate reservoir correlations.  ;

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Cognition in geosciences



The work of geoscientists is generally addressed to solve practical problems, like for instance finding new hydrocarbon reservoirs or studying volcanoes. In these scientific fields, intuitions and qualitative analogies are equally important as the application of advanced technology and rigorous mathematical approaches. The thesis of this book is that the activity of geoscientists can also contribute to illuminate fundamental aspects and open questions of epistemology and cognition. How do geologists and geophysicists think, manage information, develop knowledge and communicate their ideas? What is a good model, a valid theory, a useful methodology? What is the meaning of 'true' and 'false' in their field of study? What is creativity? Is it a property of exceptional individual minds or a dialectic relationship between entire communities and their ecosystem? Or is it the combination of both? Is it possible to promote individual and team creativity? How? Can we find an aesthetic value in the daily work of geoscientists? All the above challenging questions are investigated in this book using a multidisciplinary approach. The discussion starts from the geosciences and continues with stimulating incursions in the field of ancient and modern philosophy, epistemology, cybernetics, Chaos theory, neurobiology, psychology and art. The objective is to highlight some unexplored links between cognition, philosophy of science and Earth disciplines, motivating the study and the application of all these fields observed from an unusual and inedited point of view. Despite the intrinsic complexity of the subject, this book is addressed to a large audience. This includes students, researchers, professionals and all those who are interested in exploring the cognitive and epistemological fundamentals of the Earth sciences. It can be useful also for managers leading creative teams, dealing with complex information, developing innovative products, services and ideas. Finally philosophers of science and cognitive scientists can find practical examples in this book related to important aspects of epistemology and human cognition.

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Environmental geophysics




Peter Styles

This is an outward facing book for people who need to understand Geophysics because it can solve the problems they regularly encounter and help to deliver their optimal geotechnical solution, proved by the essential, but last to be applied, intrusive investigation. It may, of course, be of significant use to students and geophysical practitioners as it contains a wealth of case studies kindly provided by friends, colleagues and collaborators. The people to whom this book is addressed do not require a great understanding of the mathematical basis of geophysics but do need to understand the physical principles, what information can be gleaned, the limitations and boundaries of interpretation and especially how we can combine techniques in an integrated way to solve subtle, complex and critical problems which one technique alone cannot solve.

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Geological 3D modelling




Konstatin Zakrevsky

The problems of three-dimensional computer models of geological oil and gas fields are discussed. Methodological and technological approaches to model creation in the different stages of modelling are described taking into account the exploration maturity, amount and quality of the initial geological and geophysical data. Different aspects of building the models are explained with a large number of illustrative material. The results of building the models for numerous hydrocarbon fields in the different software systems are presented. The book will be interesting to professionals of the companies involved in building geological models of oil and oil and gas fields and also for the students and high school graduates with a specialization in petroleum and geology.

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Gravity and magnetic methods in mineral and oil & gas explor




Yaoguo Li

Gravity and magnetic data are among the oldest geophysical data acquired for the purpose of resource exploration and exploitation. They currently also have the widest areal coverage on the Earth, span a great range of scales, and play important roles in mineral, energy, groundwater, and environmental clear-up arenas. 3D inversion techniques have emerged as a major tool for the quantitative interpretation of these data. The availability of 3D inversion techniques has advanced potential- field interpretation from 'anomaly bump hunting' to 3D imaging of the subsurface by reconstructing the distribution of density or magnetic properties in various geological units and, thereby, have shifted interpretations from the data domain to the model domain. Similarly, inversion techniques are also poised to make major contributions to integrated modeling and interpretation, as well as to differentiating and characterizing geology, geological processes, and reservoir dynamics. The purpose of this book and the accompanying course is to present selected inversion-based interpretation techniques in the fields of mineral and oil & gas exploration and production. The focuses are twofold. The first is on inversions and associated techniques in support of such quantitative interpretation of gravity and magnetic data. The second is on the applications of these techniques in mineral exploration and  reservoir monitoring.;

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Permo-Triassic sequence of the Arabian Plate



'Permo-Triassic Sequence of the Arabian Plate', edited by Michael Pöppelreiter, is based on the findings of an EAGE organized workshop held in Kuwait on the stratigraphy, reservoir and exploration techniques of the Arabian Khuff formation. The volume portrays the Khuff formation, which stretches across six countries, from an integrated petroleum- systems perspective: source, reservoir and seal across the platform from margin to open marine environments. The special publication was written by 64 authors and co-authors, from 17 nations across three continents, affiliated to industry and academia. The Khuff is portrayed hierarchically from basin, play, environment, body and grain scale in 15 chapters on 400 pages with emphasis on 229 high-quality, full-colour figures. The publication emphasizes the importance of subtle tectonics on all elements of the petroleum system. For those who want to find out more about the formation, the book has a contacts directory of Khuff specialists on different subject matters. Table of contents Introduction by special editor Michael C. Pöppelreiter 3 Acknowledgements 5 Chapter 1 The Khuff Formation: Play Elements and Development History of an Epicontinental Carbonate Platform Chapter 2 Plate Reconstructions and Distribution of Sedimentary Facies during the Permo-Triassic Opening of the Neo-Tethys Ocean Chapter 3 Basement Configuration and its Impact on Permo-Triassic Prospectivity in Kuwait Chapter 4 Khuff Margin: Slope to Oceanic Deposits (Permian-Triassic Allochthons and Exotics, Oman) Chapter 5 Biostratigraphy and Biofacies of Khuff Time-Equivalent Strata in the Al Jabal Al-Akhdar Area (Hajar Mountains), Northern Oman Chapter 6 The Khuff Horeshoal of Interior Oman Chapter 7 Evidence of Volcanic Activity in the Upper Permian Nar Member of the Dalan Formation, Southwest Iran Chapter 8 A Review of the Permo-Triassic Gas Play in the Arabian Gulf Region Chapter 9 Hydrocarbon Potential of the Upper Permian Chia Zairi Formation in Iraq Chapter 10 Controls on Reservoir Quality in the Early Triassic Kangan Formation, Iran Chapter 11 Classification of Bioturbation-related Reservoir Quality in the Khuff Formation (Middle East): Towards a Genetic Approach Chapter 12 Outcrop-based 3D Geological and Reservoir Model of the Uppermost Khuff Formation in Central Saudi Arabia

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Recommendations for the safety of people and instruments in




Raffaele Persico

This book offers an in-depth overview on the risks associated to Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) and Near-Surface Geophysical Prospecting, providing the reader with practical recommendations for the safety of people and instruments. The book stems out from the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) Action TU1208 "Civil Engineering Applications of Ground Penetrating Radar" (www.GPRadar.eu). It also benefited from the significant contribution of renowned experts not involved in the Action. Among the main topics dealt with in the book, the reader will find: - general recommendations for a safe prospecting and minimal safety equipment to be brought in the field; - specific advice for experimental campaigns carried out in challenging environmental situations; - appropriate precautions related to specific kinds of GPR applications; - dangers associated to electromagnetic emissions and European regulations for GPR manufacturers and end-users. The book includes a short medical first aid guide as well, which is specifically conceived for near-surface geophysical prospecting. Suggestions for correct use and safe transport of the equipment are finally provided. Preface: The COST Action TU1208 1 General issues and recommendations 2 Challenging environmental situations 3 Issues and recommendations related to specific kinds of prospecting 4 First medical aid 5 GPR radio emissions 6 Safety of the instruments and of the environment

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Satellite InSAR Data:




Alessandro Ferretti

Satellite radar data for surface deformation monitoring are gaining increasing attention, and not only within the oil and gas community. They provide a powerful tool for remotely measuring extremely small surface displacements over large areas and long periods of time, without requiring the installation of in-situ equipment. However, apart from remote sensing and radar specialists, only a relatively small number of geoscientists and engineers understand how a radar sensor orbiting the Earth at about 7 km/s from 700km above the Earth's surface can actually measure ground displacements of a fraction of a centimetre. This book provides a step-by-step introduction to satellite radar sensors, SAR imagery, SAR interferometry and advanced InSAR techniques. Rather than a tutorial for remote sensing specialists, the book starts from very basic concepts and explains in plain language the most important ideas related to SAR data processing and why geoscientists and engineers should take a vested interest in this new information source.

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Sedimentary structures and their relation to bedforms and fl




Jan H. van den Berg

Sedimentary structures that show up in outcrops and cores tell us about physical, biological and sometimes also chemical conditions at the time they were formed. Varying hydraulic or aerodynamic conditions result in assemblages of structures that often bear diagnostic features of sedimentary environments. Therefore an understanding of the origin of sedimentary structures and their assemblages is a prerequisite for sedimentologists and petroleum geologists involved in core description and interpretation. The main objective of this book is to bring together the present basic knowledge on the relation between sedimentary structures, bedforms and hydraulic conditions. The book is part of post-graduate Short Courses in Advanced Sedimentology and Stratigraphy for the petroleum industry offered by ENRES International. In these courses much attention is given to the recognition of sedimentary environments from diagnostic features of sedimentary structures and assemblages of structures. For this purpose practicals are given using a selection of lacquer peels and cores representing typical fluvial to estuarine, coastal and eolian environments. This material including its interpretation is published as a regularly updated stand-alone document that can be obtained from ENRES. One of the pioneering publications on this subject was a series of SEPM symposium papers published in 1965 (Middleton, 1965b). A more comprehensive publication on sediment movement by fluid flow and the resulting sedimentary structures was followed in 1972 (Blatt, Middleton and Murray, 1972). After that many excellent publications and textbooks were published (e.g. Allen, 1984, 1985; Bridge and Demicco, 2008; Collinson and Thompson, 1989; Harms et al., 1982; Hs?, 1989; Leeder, 1999; Reineck and Singh, 1980). These publications are partly covering a much wider scope as presented in this book, but are at some points not going into the desired details and are partly outdated. We have no intention to offer a new comprehensive textbook. The main goal of this book is to introduce the terminology and fundamental concepts that are necessary for the description and interpretation of the hydraulic background of sedimentary structures in siliciclastic deposits. Another objective of this book is to put this topic within the newly developed framework of modern stratigraphy (e.g. sequence stratigraphy and climate stratigraphy). Also some important new insights from recent research at the University of Utrecht and unique data of sedimentary structures from outcrops up to 15m below mean sea level have been added. A specially-designed Core Simulation software has been developed in cooperation with Statoil which will be used during the course and the practicals.

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Seismic stratigraphy and depositional facies models




Paul C.H. Veeken

Seismic stratigraphic techniques are nowadays part of the standard routine for interpreting seismic datasets and it is a fundamental tool for the E and P business. Its added value has been demonstrated over the past few decennia by an impressive proven track record in green field hydrocarbon exploration. Refinement and more diligent processing techniques (e.g., PrSDM, multi-focusing, full wavefield processing) necessitate a systematic approach towards 3D seismic interpretation. Seismic stratigraphy represents a coherent method for the analysis of sedimentary basin fills. The change in scale of observation, from individual outcrops to the regional framework, has been an eye-opener to many geoscientists. The results of seismic stratigraphic analysis form solid input for integrated quantitative subsurface reservoir studies. Better reservoir management decisions are made possible, when the reservoir characterisation approach is combined with 4D monitoring of the hydrocarbon exploitation and a feedback loop is adopted in the evaluations. Optimisation of the production in existing fields augments the ultimate recovery rate and this has a significant impact on the revenues generated from proven reserves. The seismic method improves the accuracy of subsurface forecasts and in consequence reservoir simulations are better matched to the observed production history. Seismic stratigraphy provides prediction details to shared earth model that were not available before. The benefits are documented by many case histories worldwide. The textbook summarizes basic seismic interpretation techniques for sedimentary basin fills. A basic overview of seismic processing techniques is presented. The benefits of integrated reservoir studies for hydrocarbon exploration are demonstrated. These study techniques also apply to other geoscience domains like: mineral exploration, archaeology, environmental studies, C02 sequestration. Topics are presented from a practical point of view with abundant illustrations to support various case histories. The reader (students as well as professional geophysicists, geologists and reservoir engineers) is taken from an introductory to a more advanced study level. A wide range of interpretation issues are covered, all the way from 2D to 3D and even 4D with a multi-component approach. The link with sedimentology and depositional facies models is made. Some aspects of seismic sequence stratigraphy and structural deformation basin analysis are presented, but these topics will be described in more detail in the next volume of the series.

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Seismic traveltime tomography for engineering and exploratio




Bodo Lehmann

Tomographic imaging of seismic velocities is probably the most novel application of the seismic method to high resolution exploration and monitoring of the subsurface. It is a pleasure to make available a comprehensive state-of-the-art book giving an excellent overview of seismic tomography explaining the current status of the method, describing it and evaluating the possibilities and the potential for future developments. The book covers a wide range of applications of seismic tomography in geotechnological and geoscientific investigations, in particular for engineering and exploration. The intent to be practical is well met with many field examples and problems, without neglecting the basic principles needed to understand the examples more deeply and to judge the quality of the imaging. A very comprehensive list of references to specific and general publications on the subject allows access to more detailed information. Bodo Lehmann has succeeded very well in making seismic tomography understandable and useful to the geoscientific and geoengineering community and beyond. This is the most comprehensive book currently available on seismic tomography. It is suitable not only for professional geophysicists, geologists and engineers but also for study at the graduate level.

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Seismic fracture characterization

Seismic fracture characterization




Enru Liu

During the last three decades, seismic anisotropy has evolved from a purely academic research topic into applications in the mainstream of applied geophysics. Today, nobody doubts that the earth is anisotropic and most (if not all) hydrocarbon reservoirs are anisotropic. Since shale accounts for 70% of sedimentary basins and fractures exist in all reservoirs, seismic anisotropy may be even more extensive than we think. Taking anisotropy into account in seismic processing has improved the quality of seismic images, even though it makes seismic processing more challenging since additional parameters are needed. At the same time, fracture characterization using the concept of seismic anisotropy has added value in reservoir characterization, reservoir management, and has increased recovery and optimized well locations. This book and the associated course provide an introduction to the fundamental concepts of seismic fracture characterization by introducing seismic anisotropy, equivalent-medium representation theories of fractured rock and methodologies for extracting fracture parameters from seismic data. We focus on practical applications using extensive field data examples. Three case studies are included to demonstrate the applicability, workflow and limitations of this technology: a physical laboratory 3D experiment where fracture distributions are known, a Middle East fractured carbonate reservoir and a fractured tight gas reservoir. Our ultimate goal is to build discrete fracture network models incorporating all data. These models should not only be geologically consistent but also geophysically and geomechanically consistent, so that the models can be used to forecast the behaviour and performance of fractured reservoirs. The EAGE's Education Tour (EET) offers a one-day course delivered by renowned geoscientists at various locations globally. Accompanied by a comprehensive course book, it provides members and others with access to the latest developments in key topics in the Geosciences. The Tour has been a great success since its launch in 2006.

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Geo

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Mikola Yakimchuk

The aim of the book is the development of skills in independent reading / translation into Russian of English scientific texts to get a deeper insight into the information they convey. The authors propose an algorithm of interpreting and analyzing the grammatical structures that present particular difficulties in their identifying, understanding and translating into Russian. The systemic approach to participial, gerundial and infinitival constructions greatly facilitates the process of learning. Special attention is also given to the functional peculiarities of modals and passive and emphatic structures. For students, postgraduates and scientists in geology and geophysics, as well as those who strive to improve their practical skills in understanding and translating scientific literature from English into Russian.

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