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The urgency of this work due to the increasing exploration activity in the carbonate massifs operated for the purpose of search of deposits of hydrocarbon raw materials. Currently, a significant amount of experimental research connected with the study of fracture porosity and fludarabine. To identify and explore the field of fracture used the analysis of parameters of seismic waves, such as an anisotropic change in the velocity, amplitude and spectrum, the splitting of shear waves and other indicators, the assessment of which is based on instructional techniques and methods specifically designed in the last decade in seismic prospecting.

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2018-04-23
2020-03-29
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