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F029 Crack Density Tensor Inversion for Analysis of Changes in Rock Frame Architecture S.A. Hall* (CNRS) J.M. Kendall (University of Bristol) Q. Fisher (University of Leeds) & J. Maddock (University of Leeds) SUMMARY Seismic data are sensitive to anisotropy on range of length scales and so can provide a wealth of information about rock properties. However to interpret such data requires unravelling of the competing causes of anisotropy. Detailed analysis of rock cores allows the different contributions to the anisotropy to be assessed to constrain interpretation of field-scale seismic data. Here we present a method for separating the effects of

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2007-06-11
2020-03-29
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