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  1. Volumetric Aberrancy to Map Subtle Faults and Flexures.Xuan Qi & Kurt Marfurt - 2018 - Interpretation 6 (2):T349-T365.
    One of the key tasks of a seismic interpreter is to map lateral changes in surfaces, not only including faults, folds, and flexures, but also incisements, diapirism, and dissolution features. Volumetrically, coherence provides rapid visualization of faults and curvature provides rapid visualization of folds and flexures. Aberrancy measures the lateral change of curvature along a picked or inferred surface. Aberrancy complements curvature and coherence. In normally faulted terrains, the aberrancy anomaly will track the coherence anomaly and fall between the most (...)
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  • Volumetric Aberrancy to Map Subtle Faults and Flexures.Xuan Qi & Kurt Marfurt - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (2):T349-T365.
    One of the key tasks of a seismic interpreter is to map lateral changes in surfaces, not only including faults, folds, and flexures, but also incisements, diapirism, and dissolution features. Volumetrically, coherence provides rapid visualization of faults and curvature provides rapid visualization of folds and flexures. Aberrancy measures the lateral change of curvature along a picked or inferred surface. Aberrancy complements curvature and coherence. In normally faulted terrains, the aberrancy anomaly will track the coherence anomaly and fall between the most (...)
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  • Let’s Get Animated!Kurt J. Marfurt & Isaac Farley - 2016 - Interpretation: SEG 4 (2):1M-5M.
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  • Pitfalls and Limitations in Seismic Attribute Interpretation of Tectonic Features.Kurt J. Marfurt & Tiago M. Alves - 2015 - Interpretation: SEG 3 (1):SB5-SB15.
    Seismic attributes are routinely used to accelerate and quantify the interpretation of tectonic features in 3D seismic data. Coherence cubes delineate the edges of megablocks and faulted strata, curvature delineates folds and flexures, while spectral components delineate lateral changes in thickness and lithology. Seismic attributes are at their best in extracting subtle and easy to overlook features on high-quality seismic data. However, seismic attributes can also exacerbate otherwise subtle effects such as acquisition footprint and velocity pull-up/push-down, as well as small (...)
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  • Tectonic Framework of the Barra de São João Graben, Campos Basin, Brazil: Insights From Gravity Data Interpretation.Leandro B. Adriano, Paulo T. L. Menezes & Alan S. Cunha - 2014 - Interpretation: SEG 2 (4):SJ65-SJ74.
    The Barra de São João Graben, shallow water Campos Basin, is part of the Cenozoic rift system that runs parallel to the Brazilian continental margin. This system was formed in an event that caused the reactivation of the main Precambrian shear zones of southeastern Brazil in the Paleocene. We proposed a new structural framework of BSJG based on gravity data interpretation. Magnetic data, one available 2D seismic line, and a density well-log of a nearby well were used as constraints to (...)
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  • Attribute Expression of Fault-Controlled Karst — Fort Worth Basin, Texas: A Tutorial.Jie Qi, Bo Zhang, Huailai Zhou & Kurt Marfurt - 2014 - Interpretation: SEG 2 (3):SF91-SF110.
    Much of seismic interpretation is based on pattern recognition, such that experienced interpreters are able to extract subtle geologic features that a new interpreter may easily overlook. Seismic pattern recognition is based on the identification of changes in amplitude, phase, frequency, dip, continuity, and reflector configuration. Seismic attributes, which providing quantitative measures that can be subsequently used in risk analysis and data mining, partially automate the pattern recognition problem by extracting key statistical, geometric, or kinematic components of the 3D seismic (...)
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  • Structural Characterization of Potentially Seismogenic Faults in the Fort Worth Basin.Elizabeth A. Horne, Peter H. Hennings, Johnathon L. Osmond & Heather R. DeShon - 2020 - Interpretation 8 (2):T323-T347.
    From 2006 through mid-2018, there have been 125 [Formula: see text] recorded earthquakes within the Fort Worth Basin and the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. There is general scientific consensus that this increase in seismicity has been induced by increases in pore-fluid pressure from wastewater injection and from cross-fault pore-pressure imbalance due to injection and production. Previous fault stress analyses indicate that many of the faults are critically stressed; therefore, careful consideration should be taken when injecting in close proximity to these (...)
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