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N-017 A NEW MODEL OF SCATTERING ATTENUATION – THEORY AND APPLICATION Summary T.M. MÜLLER and S.A. SHAPIRO Freie Universität Berlin Fachrichtung Geophysik Malteserstr. 74-100 12249 Berlin Germany We present a scattering attenuation model based on the statistical wave propagation theory in random media. This new description of scattering attenuation additionally obeys the causality principle. It practically has no restriction in the frequency domain. The presented formulas allow to quantify scattering attenuation in complex geological regions using simple statistical estimates from well-log data. This knowledge is important for further petrophysical interpretations of reservoir rocks. This description of scattering attenuation can be

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2001-06-11
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