seismic stratigraphy

seismic stratigraphy

[′sīz·mik strə′tig·rə·fē]
(geology)
A branch of stratigraphy in which sediments and sedimentary rocks are interpreted in a geometrical context from seismic reflectors.
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Key areas of work focus in 2015 were geochemistry - reinforcing source and charge - and seismic stratigraphy - seal, reservoir and additional, deeper play definition.
Courses and events which Dr Natural attended included such subjects as basic applied geophysics, seismic stratigraphy, seismic physical modelling, application of reservoir characterisation, the International Symposium on Geodynamic of Indonesia Within The Context Of Natural Resources Development and the Mitigation of Geological Hazard, Leadership Development Programme, the Senior TLE Leader Programme, the Advanced Leadership Programme.
Seismic stratigraphy and depositional facies models.
Seismic stratigraphy and sedimentation of Magdalena Fan, southern Colombian, Caribbean Sea.
Seismic stratigraphy method has improved since development of acquisition, processing and interpretation processes.
1995, Seismic Stratigraphy and sedimentary framework of a deep water Holocene delta: The Fraser Delta, Canada, in Oti, M.
1997): Foraminiferal constraints on very high-resolution seismic stratigraphy and Late Quaternary glacial history, New Jersey continental shelf.
But for some other scientists, especially those concerned with understanding the forces that change the face of the earth, seismic stratigraphy has been the focus of a decade of controversy.
While at Exxon, he initiated a research project aimed at clarifying the geological implications of seismic stratigraphy.