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  1. In-Context Interpretation: Avoiding Pitfalls in Misidentification of Igneous Bodies in Seismic Data.Lennon Infante-Paez & Kurt J. Marfurt - 2018 - Interpretation: SEG 6 (4):SL29-SL42.
    In the past few decades, many exploration wells have been drilled into igneous rocks because of their similar seismic expressions to common exploration targets, such as carbonate mounds, sheet sands, and sand-prone sinuous channels. In cases in which interpreters cannot clearly delineate sedimentary features such as channels or fans, the interpretation may be driven primarily by bright spot anomalies, in which a poor understanding of the wavelet polarity may lead to an erroneous interpretation. Although many wells drilled into igneous rocks (...)
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  • Using Machine Learning as an Aid to Seismic Geomorphology, Which Attributes Are the Best Input?Lennon Infante-Paez & Kurt J. Marfurt - 2019 - Interpretation 7 (3):SE1-SE18.
    Volcanic rocks with intermediate magma composition indicate distinctive patterns in seismic amplitude data. Depending on the processes by which they were extruded to the surface, these patterns may be chaotic, moderate-amplitude reflectors or continuous high-amplitude reflectors. We have identified appropriate seismic attributes that highlight the characteristics of such patterns and use them as input to self-organizing maps to isolate these volcanic facies from their clastic counterpart. Our analysis indicates that such clustering is possible when the patterns are approximately self-similar, such (...)
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