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Seismic Imaging of Carbonate Reservoirs and Systems

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Recent advances in seismic acquisition, processing and visualization techniques image carbonate strata with unprecedented resolution. This volume documents the current state of the art in seismic imaging and interpreting of carbonate systems and captures the dynamics of the carbonate system on a large exploration scale and on a small reservoir scale. The book emphasizes the newest approaches in seismic visualization, seismic sedimentology and stratigraphy, seismic attribute analysis and their application for building improved 3-D reservoir models. Among the topics covered are the delineation of the complex histories of carbonate platform sequences from seismic data, the relationships between geometries and forming processes, the imaging of faults for improved mapping of potential fluid migration pathways, and use of seismic attributes for the extraction of rock properties in the sedimentary bodies. The book illustrates the power of integrating seismic and geological data to better predict of the architecture and heterogeneities in carbonate depositional systems. As such the book will be a useful reference for both geologists and geophysicists.

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11-42Three-dimensional seismic volume visualization of carbonate reservoirs and structures
43-58Three-dimensional seismic attributes help define controls on reservoir development: case study from the Red River Formation, Williston Basin
59-90Sequence-stratigraphic, petrophysical, and multicomponent seismic analysis of a shelf-margin reservoir: Sand Andres Formation (Permian), Vacuum Field, New Mexico, United States
91-106Integrated reservoir characterization of a carbonate ramp reservoir, South Dagger Draw Field, New Mexico: seismic data are onlyu part of the story
107-122Three-dimensional seismic imaging and reservoir modeling of an Upper Paleozoic "reefal" buildup, Reinecke Field, West Texas, United States
123-148Three-dimensional seismic analysis in the characterization of a giant carbonate field, onshore Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
149-168An integrated reservoir study of the Liuhua 11-1 Field using a high-resolution three-dimensional seismic data set
169-184Quantitative seismic reservoir characterization of an Oligocene-Miocene carbonate buildup: Malampaya Field, Philippines
185-206Stratal geometries and patterns of platform carbonates: the Cretaceous of Oman
207-250Carbonate platform to basin transitions on seismic data and in outcrops: Great Bahama Bank and the Maiella platform margin, Italy
251-266Outcrop and seismic exrepssions of coral reefs, carbonate platforms and adjacent deposits in the Tertiary of the Salalah Basin, South Oman
267-290Seismic expressions of prograding carbonate bank margins: Middle Miocene, Maldives, Indian Ocean
291-308A Neogene carbonate platform, slope and shelf edifice shaped by sea level and ocean currents, Marion Plateau (Northeast Australia)
309-328Seismic stratigraphic evolution of the Miocene-Pliocene Segitiga platform, East Natuna Sea, Indonesia: the origin, growth and demise of an isolated carbonate platform
329-350Growth architecture, faulting and karstification of a Middle Miocene carbonate platform, Locnia Province, offshore Sarawak, Malaysia
351-365Seismic expression of the boundaries of a Miocene carbonate platform, Sarawak, Malaysia

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