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Static corrections for seismic reflection surveys

by Cox, Mike

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Published by Society of Exploration Geophysicists in Tulsa, Okla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Seismic reflection method.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMike Cox ; volume editors, Eugene F. Scherrer, Roland Chen.
    SeriesGeophysical references series ;, v. 9, Geophysical references ;, v. 9.
    ContributionsScherrer, Eugene F., Chen, Roland.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN269.84 .C69 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 531 p. :
    Number of Pages531
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL369371M
    ISBN 101560800801
    LC Control Number98030018

    Significant differences in source and receiver elevations as well as the velocity anomalies in the upper section can significantly distort the seismic image of the subsurface. PetroTrace offers a full set of tools including proprietary techniques for static corrections of varying magnitude and frequency, both reflection and refraction. This short book is for students, professors and professionals interested in signal processing of seismic data using MATLAB. The step-by-step demo of the full reflection seismic data processing workflow using a complete real seismic data set places itself as a very useful feature of the book.

    A reflection corresponding to the top of the Cool Creek agrees well with the early reflection identified on the Spears Ranch cross-spread (Figure 7), but the energy from the Betsy gun is unable to discern the ms reflection identified on the cross-spread. The most notable features revealed by the near surface seismic survey are two closely-. Shallow seismic reflection surveys can assist in determination of velocity and/or thickness variations in nearsurface layers. Static corrections to seismic reflection data compensate for velocity and thickness variations within the "weathered zone." An uncompensated weathered-layer thickness variation on the order of 1 m across the length of a.

    Display of seismic reflection data Time corrections applied to seismic traces Static correction Velocity analysis Filtering of seismic data Frequency filtering Inverse filtering (deconvolution) Velocity filtering Migration of reflection data 3D seismic. Geological Survey (Steeples and Knapp, ; Knapp and Steeples, ), and the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands (Doornenbal and Helbig, ). Meanwhile, researchers at the Geological Survey of Canada developed a second approach to shallow seismic reflection surveying. The “optimum offset” technique was designed with the aim.


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This reference manual is designed to enable more geophysicists to appreciate static corrections, especially their limitations, their relationship with near-surface geology, and their impact on the quality of final interpreted sections.

The book is addressed to those involved in data acquisition (datum static corrections), data processing (datum static and residual static corrections), and. Static corrections for seismic reflection surveys The book is addressed to those involved in data acquisition (datum static corrections), data processing (datum static and residual static corrections), and interpretation (the impact that unresolved static corrections, especially the long-wavelength or low-spatial-frequency component, have.

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Corrections applied to seismic data to compensate for the effects of variations in elevation, near-surface low-velocity-layer (weathering) thickness, weathering velocity, and/or reference to a datum.

The objective is to determine the reflection arrival times which would have been observed if all measurements had been made on a (usually) flat. Cox, Michael J. Static corrections for seismic reflection surveys / Michael J. Cox. -- (Geophysical references ; v. 9) Includes bibliographical.

It is appropriate now to review various methods of field statics corrections. Consider the near-surface model depicted in Figure If shots (denoted by S) are located below the weathering layer, then the total static correction to apply to the trace associated with midpoint M is t D = t S + t R, where t S and t R are the shot and receiver static corrections, respectively, down to a.

Static Corrections for Seismic Reflection Surveys book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This reference manual is designed to ena Reviews: 1. Statics Correction are applied to applied to Seismic Reflection data to remove the effect of Weathered Layer and Elevation variations.

Static corrections from shallow-reflection surveys D. Steeples*, R. Miller*, and R. Black* ABSTRACT Shallow seismic reflection surveys can assist in deter- mination of velocity and/or thickness variations in near- surface layers.

Static corrections to seismic reflection data compensate for velocity and thickness variations within. The 3-D seismic survey covered an area of ~ 17 km 2 with over shot locations and more than receiver stations. For details of the processing procedures, see White et al.

().Refraction and residual static corrections were carried out along with a. Cox, M. [] Static Corrections for Seismic Reflection Surveys.

Society of Exploration Geophysicists, USA. Yilmaz, O. [] Seismic Data Analysis, Volume I. Society of Exploration Geophysicists, USA. Diggins, Ch. [] Static Corrections with Seismic Studio. Workshop delivered to. Static Corrections Before carrying out the NMO correction it is usually necessary to perform a static correction, which amounts to moving the entire seismic trace up or down in time.

There are two main reasons for applying static corrections. Put shots and receivers on a flat datum plane. Statics are big challenges for the processing of deep reflection seismic data. In this paper several different statics solutions have been implemented in the processing of deep reflection seismic data in South China and their corresponding results have been compared in order to find proper statics solutions.

Either statics solutions based on tomographic principle or combining the low. resistivity cross-correlations provide detailed transit time maps fully integrable in the seismic static-corrections processing workflow. 77 th EAGE Conference & Exhibition IFEMA Madrid, Spain, June models estimated based on seismic information from up-holes and weathering reflection surveys (WRS, Youssef et al.

), leading. The seismic reflection data processing typically involves a pre-stack and post-stack sequence, which has been proven effective for previous seismic reflection surveys in crystalline environments (Heinonen et al.,Malehmir and Bellefleur,Milkereit et al., ). Download: Download high-res image (KB).

A reverse NMO correction is then applied to the data, using the reference velocity. The reference velocity is the key point of our methodology as all the sail-lines of a 3D survey will be re-aligned to this spatially consistent water velocity.

In time lapse seismic, data will be shifted to a common datum if the same reference is used for the. The surface-consistent solution discussed in residual statics corrections resolves the short-wavelength static shifts (less than a spread length), which cause traveltime distortions in CMP gathers, and thus yield an improved stack response.

However, merely improving the stack response by correcting for short-wavelength statics may not always be. Figure A near-surface model for statics corrections when shots are situated below the weatheringS = shot, E S = elevation at the shot station on the ground, R = receiver, E R = elevation at the receiver station on the ground, T = surface topography, B = base of weathering, D = datum, E D = datum elevation, v w = weathering velocity, and v b = bedrock velocity.

Fig. 1, Fig. 2, Fig. 3, Fig. 4, Fig. 5 show, as an example, a shot gather for each source after gain application (trace balance). Some differences, based on qualitative observations can be pointed out: the record for the explosive has a good reflection at 45 ms, compared to the others, probably because of its greater S/N ratio.

If we consider a mean velocity of m/s, it could identify the. processing of reflection seismic data. Automatic residual static methods perform best if refraction static corrections have been applied first, since correlation across a common- midpoint (CMP) gather depends on the quality of the pilot stacked trace.

Furthermore, residual statics alone fail to resolve intermediate- and long-wavelength. The seismic reflection method has been a primary tool in petroleum exploration as well as environmental investigation, but its application is often limited in areas of complex terrain.

One of the main difficulties is correction of time shifts caused by topography. To correctly apply the normal moveout (NMO) correction to reflection data, static.Abstract. This short book is for students, professors and professionals interested in signal processing of seismic data using MATLAB™.

The step-by-step demo of the full reflection seismic data processing workflow using a complete real seismic data set places itself as a very useful feature of the book.This is usually due to small errors in static corrections called residual statics. Residual statics are characterized by trace-to-trace time differences that are random in nature.

This chapter of “Seismic Data Analysis Techniques in Hydrocarbon Exploration” explains how residual static correction is applied to the data in the oil industry.