Abstract

The presence of complex structure on seismic data often makes it difficult to recognize and interpret depositional systems in the volume. A number of techniques, under the broad topic of chronostratigraphy, have been developed in recent years to address this problem and enable more complete imaging and interpretation of seismic geomorphology and stratigraphy. A “domain transform” (DT) is an interpretation-guided process designed to remove some or all structural deformation from a seismic volume. It improves the imaging of paleo-depositional systems by creating a volume that consists of approximations of paleo-depositional surfaces. Such volumes are ideal for imaging, analysis, and interpretation of seismic geomorphology and stratigraphy.

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