Potential Methods 3 D inversion of towed streamer EM data : a model study of the Harding field with comparison to CSEM

@inproceedings{Zhdanov2012PotentialM3,
  title={Potential Methods 3 D inversion of towed streamer EM data : a model study of the Harding field with comparison to CSEM},
  author={Michael S. Zhdanov and Chris Anderson and Masashi Endo and Leif H. Cox and J I Martin and R. Uma and Glenn A. Wilson and Noel A. Black and Alexander V. Gribenko},
  year={2012}
}
Michael S. Zhdanov, Chris Anderson, Masashi Endo, Leif H. Cox, Martin Čuma, Glenn A. Wilson, Noel Black and Alexander V. Gribenko provide an early study of the challenges involved in validating offshore electromagnetic (EM) data acquired using a towed streamer receiver (currently under development) and compare the results with existing seabed-based marine controlled source electromagnetic (CSEM) technology. 

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