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P225 Removing the Thin Bed Effects from Spectral Decomposition R.W. Wiley* (Apex Spectral Technology Inc.) P.H. Wilson (Apex Spectral Technology Inc.) & S.W. Peters (Apex Spectral Technology Inc.) SUMMARY Spectral decomposition has provided a means for observing features in seismic data that are not always clear in the time domain. Although there are many uses for the data derived from the spectral decomposition the most widely published is the study of bed thickness an issue that the industry has addressed with a variety of approaches over the year. Other research involves analyzing spectral content to determine such attributes as permeability

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2007-06-11
2020-06-03
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