Fault surfaces and fault throws from 3D seismic images

@inproceedings{Hale2012FaultSA,
  title={Fault surfaces and fault throws from 3D seismic images},
  author={Dave Hale},
  year={2012}
}
A new method for processing 3D seismic images yields images of fault likelihoods and corresponding fault strikes and dips. A second process automatically extracts from those images fault surfaces represented by meshes of quadrilaterals. A third process uses di↵erences between seismic image sample values alongside those fault surfaces to automatically estimate fault throw vectors. While some of the faults found in one 3D seismic image have an unusual conical shape, displays of unfaulted images… CONTINUE READING

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