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Author Hart, Bruce S
Title An introduction to seismic interpretation / by Bruce S. Hart
Imprint [Tulsa, Oklahoma?] : AAPGDatapages, [2011]
book jacket
 Earth Science Library  QE534.3 H325 2011 CD    AVAILABLE    30310100103024
Edition V. 1.1
Descript 1 CD-ROM : color illustrations ; 16 cm
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computer c rdamedia
computer disc cd rdacarrier
Series AAPG/Datapages discovery series ; 16
AAPG/Datapages discovery series ; 16
Note System requirements: Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7; Adobe Acrobat Reader
ch. 1 . Introduction -- ch. 2 . Principles of the seismic methods -- ch. 3. Acquisition and processing -- ch. 4. Data display -- ch. 5. Tying in well data -- ch. 6. Structural interpretation -- ch. 7. Stratigraphic interpretation -- ch. 8. Predicting physical properties
Includes bibliographical references
"This book was written to be an introduction to the geologic interpretation of seismic data. Seismic interpreters can be geologists, geophysicists, and even engineers. To be effective, [it is necessary to] teach geologists (and engineers) a bit of geophysics, and geophysicists (and engineers) a bit of geology."
Title from disc label
Subject Seismology
Geophysical surveys
Geophysical surveys. fast (OCoLC)fst01746691
Seismology. fast (OCoLC)fst01111306
Alt Author American Association of Petroleum Geologists, issuing body
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