Seismic Acquisition from Yesterday to Tomorrow (SEG/EAGE DISC 2011)

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This course presents these developments as a natural consequence of the conjunction of our need for clearer seismic images and the availability of recent technological advances

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Publisher EAGE
Language ENGLISH
Publish year 2011
Pages 236 pages
ISBN 9781560802815

Description

This book starts with a modest historical overview, although I believe that the history of seismic technique deserves much more coverage […] For the rest, this book is not really about survey design, even though in the last chapter I suggest some rules and advices in that domain. Rather, this is a book about signal and noise. (Preface, Julien Meunier)

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments

Chapter 1: Historical Overview
Introduction
First experiment
Refraction
Reflection
Going offshore
Modern times
Conclusion
Biographies: Who hides behind these names?

Chapter 2: Elementary Theoretical Recapitulation
Introduction
Mathematics
Physics
Data domains
Conclusion

Chapter 3: Components of Seismic Acquisition
Introduction
Seismic sources
Land surface sources
Seismic receivers
Seismic cables
Seismic recorders
Conclusion

Chapter 4: Signal and Noise
Introduction
Signal
Noise
Order of magnitude
Signal-to-noise ratio
Conclusion

Chapter 5: Vibroseis: A Very Special Source
Introduction
Vibrator principle
Vibrator signals
Vibrator limits
Distortion
Simultaneous acquisition
Where do we want to go?
Conclusion

Chapter 6: Acquisition-geometry Survey Design
Introduction
Noise constraints
Signal constraints
Errors: The lessons of 4D seismic surveys
Parameter selection
Conclusion

Epilogue
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
References
Index

Additional information

Weight951 g
Publisher

Language

ENGLISH

Pages

236

Year of publication

2011

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