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    Introduction to Special Section: Seismic Interpretation of Fractures in Deep Subsurface.Zonghu Liao, Li-Yun Fu, Lianbo Zeng, Huayao Zou, Xiaofeng Chen, Brett M. Carpenter & Fang Hao - 2020 - Interpretation 8 (4):SPi-SPii.
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    Multiscale Fracture and Damage Zone Characterization in a Tight Sandstone Reservoir, Sichuan Basin, China.Zonghu Liao, Weilun Chen, Xiaofeng Chen, Huayao Zou & Fang Hao - 2020 - Interpretation 8 (4):SP1-SP11.
    Fractures within fault damage zones are crucial for the migration of subsurface fluids, which is challenging the characterization of the fractures and damage zones in the subsurface due to the lack of subsurface data. We have investigated the fractures and fault damage zones in the tight sandstone gas-bearing Xujiahe Formation in the northeast Sichuan Basin, China, based on a comprehensive study of seismic data, well log, core, as well as field observations. We have demonstrated the structure and distribution of damage (...)
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    High-Quality Marine Shale Reservoir Prediction in the Lower Silurian Longmaxi Formation, Sichuan Basin, China.Shang Xu, Fang Hao, Yuanyin Zhang & Qiyang Gou - 2020 - Interpretation 8 (2):T453-T463.
    For the lower Silurian Longmaxi marine shale reservoir in the Jiaoshiba area, Sichuan Basin, China, the traditional P-impedance is insensitive for predicting good reservoirs. As an integral indicator of borehole radioactivity that is substantially corresponding to the organic richness, the uranium curve is qualified to identify the abundance of organic matter. Therefore, to efficiently comprehend the shale distribution in the Jiaoshiba area, we have adopted a so-called pseudo-P-impedance, which is constructed from the P-impedance and the uranium log and spatially computed (...)
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