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E045 Time Attributes of Stratigraphic Surfaces Analyzed in the Structural and Wheeler Transformed Domain G. de Bruin* (dGB Earth Sciences) & E.C. Bouanga (dGB Earth Sciences) SUMMARY Recent software developments (OpendTect SSIS) enable us to study the time attributes of seismic stratigraphic surfaces within a chronostratigraphic framework by means of Wheeler transformation of seismic data. Studying stratigraphic surfaces in the structural and the Wheeler domain enhances our understanding of time attributes of these surfaces. The maximum flooding surface marks the end of transgression and the onset of normal regression and is a highly isochronous event. The basal surface of forced

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2007-06-11
2020-04-07
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