Abstract

Current spectral decomposition techniques typically generate a suite of tightly sampled instantaneous spectral attribute volumes. While there is useful information in these instantaneous spectral attribute volumes, it is not easy for seismic interpreters to individually inspect each one. Typical volumetric analysis will generate between 10 and 100 output volumes of both magnitude and phase, which can easily fill up the limited disk space available on an interpretation workstation. As a partial solution to this challenge, Liu and Marfurt (2005) combined peak frequency and peak amplitude to highlight channel systems.

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