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Abstract

Time-lapse seismic timeshifts are now widely used to study reservoir compaction. This is possible since<br>(overburden) time-lapse timeshifts can be attributed to compaction-induced overburden stretching, increasing<br>the length of the seismic ray-path, and associated velocity slowdown. Both path-length increase and velocity<br>slowdown cause an increase in traveltime in a seismic monitor survey compared to a base-line survey.

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2011-04-04
2024-06-17
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