Geoscientists usually infer rock properties from seismic attributes after the primary interpretation is complete. However, recent advances in computing power and visualization software allow incorporating attributes into the interpretations much earlier in the process. The result is more accurate interpretation in shorter time.

This paper discusses using attributes for various interpretation problems and describes workflows for extracting the maximum information from attributes using geovolume visualization and interpretation (GVI). Although many attributes can be calculated, choosing the most appropriate set of attributes for a particular problem and properly visualizing and interpreting those attributes is crucial to the success of the project....

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