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Abstract

It is well known that sharp inversion of CSEM data constrained by seismic can produce very accurate resistivity estimation. However frequently asked questions are: is the inversion result still valid if the depth and the thickness of the layers estimated from seismic interpretation are affected by some inaccuracy? How this inaccurate depth/thickness estimation propagates through the inversion of the CSEM data? In this paper we try to answer these key questions through synthetic tests and with application to real data where a well control exists.

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2006-06-12
2020-09-24
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