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Abstract

Three-dimensional visualization of a seismic section means representing seismic data as illustratively as possible so that the interpretation is as simple and easy as possible. A sophisticated 3D visualization tool, the automatic line drawing method of reflectors, is presented which emphasizes coherent features of the data and reduces noise. Seismic sections from the project FIRE (Finnish Reflection Experiment) that was carried out in 2001-2005 in Finland with 2100 kms of Vibroseis reflection seismic lines were used as the visualization dataset. A significant decrease in the data volume while maintaining and improving the interpretability of large datasets is shown to be practical with the 3D visualization method developed.

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2006-09-04
2020-04-01
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