This book explains how geophysicists in the energy industry measure, interpret, and use seismic anisotropy. The book is designed for geophysicists who want to enhance their understanding of the subsurface and learn about modern techniques for extracting more information from seismic data.
Table of Content
List of Figures List of Tables Introduction Acknowledgements
1. Definitions and examples 2. Plane waves 3. Rays and traveltimes 4. Thomsen parameters 5. Normal moveout 6. Nonhyperbolic moveout 7. Anistropy estimation from VSP data 8. Fracture characterization 9. Bibliography