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4D Repeatability and the Effects of Heterogeneous Overburden Distortion and Noise

January 01, 2005


The sensitivity and success of 4D monitoring depend on measuring small changes in the earth's response that result from oil or gas production. Thus, the sensitivity of the 4D method depends on the ability to produce repeatable responses against which to measure those small changes. Let us assume that for a given monitoring task, we have modeled the level of difference signal we wish to determine.

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Rodney Calvert
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