ontrolled-source electromagnetic sounding in hallow water : Principles and applications

  title={ontrolled-source electromagnetic sounding in hallow water : Principles and applications},
  author={avid Andr{\'e}is and Lucy J. MacGregor},
The marine controlled-source electromagnetic CSEM method is being applied to the problem of detecting and characterizing hydrocarbons in a variety of settings. Until recently, its use was confined to deepwater water depths greater than approximately 300 m because of the interaction of signals with the atmosphere in shallower water depths. The purpose of this study was to investigate, using a simple 1D analytical analysis, the physics of CSEM in shallow water. This approach demonstrates that it… CONTINUE READING


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