The way fluvial sand bodies are deposited in a basin give rise to different stacking patterns betw een individual sand bodies. The rate at whic haccommodation space is generated in a sedimentary basin and the maturity of the riv er system cortrols the v ertical and lateral stacking pattern of the deposited sand bodies. The influence of the stacking pattern on the reflected seismic signal is studied with a modified wedge model. T o visualise the subtle tuning effects of the individual and stac ked sand bodies, a localised spectral decomposition is made. We illustrate this interpretativ emethod with a fluvial 3D geological model.
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - 2000|
|Event||70th Annual International SEG Meeting - Calgary, Canada|
Duration: 6 Aug 2000 → 11 Aug 2000
|Conference||70th Annual International SEG Meeting|
|Period||6/08/00 → 11/08/00|
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