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SEISMIC PETROPHYSICS IN

QUANTITATIVE INTERPRETATION

Lev Vernik

2016 226pp

9781560803249 Hardback US$234.00

Investigations in Geophysics, No 18

Provides practical solutions to

interpretation problems in AVO

analysis and inversion to streamline workflows in

subsurface characterization.

ELEMENTS OF 3D SEISMOLOGY

Third Edition

Christopher L. Liner

2016 362pp

9781560803379 Hardback US$270.00

Investigations in Geophysics,No 19

A thorough introduction to the

acquisition, processing, and

interpretation of 3D seismic data, this third edition is a

major update of the second edition.

HANDBOOK OF POSTSTACK

SEISMIC ATTRIBUTES

Arthur E. Barnes

2016 268pp

9781560803317 Hardback US$216.00

Geophysical Reference Series, No 21

A general reference for poststack

seismic attributes that discusses

their theory, meaning, computation,

and application, with the goal of improving

understanding so that seismic attributes can be applied

more effectively.

Embracing a mission of connecting the world of applied

geophysics, the

Society of Exploration Geophysicists

(SEG) is a not-for-profit organization supporting 27,000

members from 128 countries. Founded in 1930, SEG

provides information, tools, and resources vital to

advancing the science of exploration geophysics.

CLASSICAL ANDMODERN

DIFFRACTION THEORY

Edited by Kamill Klem-Musatov et al

2016 340pp

9781560803225 Paperback US$360.00

Geophysics Reprint Series, No 29

Providing geophysicists with an

in-depth understanding of the

theoretical and applied background

for the seismic diffraction method, this book covers the

history and foundations of the classical theory and the

key elements of modern diffraction theory.

3C SEISMIC AND VSP

ConvertedWaves and Vector

Wavefield Applications

James Gaiser

2016 636pp

9781560803355 Paperback US$270.00

Distinguished Instructor Series, No 19

Examines the unique aspects

of vector wavefields, anisotropy, and the important

relationships that unify S-waves and P-waves.