M26 CD - Seismic Stratigraphy: Applications to Hydrocarbon Exploration
Digital Reprint of AAPG Memoir 26
This classic 1977 AAPG publication launched modern exploration through seismic stratigraphic interpretation and paved the way for the interdisciplinary teams we have come to know today. Originally presented as a research symposium at the 1975 AAPG Annual Conference and Exhibition (ACE) at New Orleans, this conference and publication showed the E&P world how to interpret two-dimensional seismic lines using cyclic changes in sea level as a tool for understanding deposition and reservoir geometry. This compilation comprises:
This was the volume that introduced the now-classic studies on sea-level change as an exploration tool, from Exxon Production Research (i.e. Peter Vail, et al.). Many other (non-Exxon) workers have contributed and outstanding research also is represented here from many companies and experts.
- Fundamentals of Stratigraphic Interpretation from Seismic Data - 2 papers
- Application of Seismic Reflection Configuration to Stratigraphic Interpretation - 16 papers, plus a Glossary of Seismic Stratigraphy
- Stratigraphic Models from Seismic Data - 5 papers
Edited by Charles E. Payton
April 01, 2011
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