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In this chapter, seismic-attribute spectral decomposition (SD) is used for understanding heavy-oil and bitumen sand reservoir behavior and comprehending their heterogeneities for future reservoir simulation. Spectral decomposition is performed on the migrated stack and on amplitude-versus-offset (AVO) attributes (P- and S-wave impedance reflectivity). Examples provided in this chapter are from reservoirs with cold and thermal production. The observed differences between SD performed on P- and S-wave impedance reflectivity are explained with the solid state of the oil sands at their preproduction reservoir condition. The interpretation of the seismic attributes is based on the poroelastic and viscoelastic behaviors of the...

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