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Abstract

Multispectral curvature estimates extended to volumetric calculations can yield both long and short wavelength curvature images, allowing an interpreter to enhance geologic features having different scales. Tight (short-wavelength) curvature often delineates details within intense, highly-localized fracture systems. Broad (long wavelength) curvature often enhances subtle flexures on the scale of 100-200 traces that are difficult to see in conventional seismic, but are often correlated to fracture zones that are below seismic resolution, as well as to collapse features and diagenetic alterations that result in broader bowls.

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2008-06-09
2020-05-29
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