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A Practical Guide to Seismic Reservoir CharacterizationThe Seismic Method

A Practical Guide to Seismic Reservoir Characterization: The Seismic Method [Geophysicists or Earth scientists working in the field of seismology are concerned with the detection of seismic waves (e.g., sound waves) using a seismometer. These waves originate from a single source and propagate away as energy disturbances in the form of waves through the surrounding elastic medium (e.g., water, air or the rock). In other words, seismic waves are travelling vibrations or oscillations caused by the displacement of particles of the medium through which they move.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

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Springer International Publishing
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ISBN
978-3-030-99853-0
Pages
5 –32
DOI
10.1007/978-3-030-99854-7_2
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Abstract

[Geophysicists or Earth scientists working in the field of seismology are concerned with the detection of seismic waves (e.g., sound waves) using a seismometer. These waves originate from a single source and propagate away as energy disturbances in the form of waves through the surrounding elastic medium (e.g., water, air or the rock). In other words, seismic waves are travelling vibrations or oscillations caused by the displacement of particles of the medium through which they move.]

Published: Jan 12, 2023

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