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Abstract

We summarize observations of shear-wave splitting from passive seismic monitoring in a range of petroleum settings. Such measurements are relatively rare, but the emerging picture is one of fracture-induced anisotropy where a number of factors control both spatial and temporal variations. These observations offer insights into the state of stress in a reservoir and can serve as a ground-truth for geomechanical models.

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2009-03-22
2019-12-07
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