Quantifying 3D acquisition adequacy for azimuthal AVO analysis

@inproceedings{Dong2003Quantifying3A,
  title={Quantifying 3D acquisition adequacy for azimuthal AVO analysis},
  author={Wenjie Dong and Mark Ernest Davidson},
  year={2003}
}
Azimuthal AVO (AZAVO) refers to the directional variation of P-wave reflection amplitude at a fixed offset. There are several possible causes for this azimuthal amplitude variation: reservoir property, structural change of the reflector, near-surface effects, overburden property variation, acquisition footprint, processing artifacts, source/receiver radiation/reception patterns, etc. While paying close attention to all these causes is necessary for meaningful azimuthal AVO analysis… CONTINUE READING