C-23 AZIMUTHAL ANISOTROPY ANALYSES USING MULTICOMPONENT SEISMIC DATA Abstract 1 There are numerous published case studies showing that 3D converted-wave processing can be successfully used to help solve a number of different geophysical problems. For instance imaging a low P-impedance contrast improved sub-gas imaging and characterizing reservoir fractures. However there is rarely a standard survey design and the processing is often dependent on the survey design and the geophysical objectives. One aspect that has become more important for all 3D converted-wave processing is the effect of S-wave splitting. This may be exploited to characterize reservoir fractures or it may be


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