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Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping with Structural Methods

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ISBN-10: 0130919489

ISBN-13: 9780130919489

Edition: 2nd 2003 (Revised)

Authors: Daniel J. Tearpock, Richard E. Bischke

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Applied Subsurface Geological Mapping, With Structural Methods, 2nd Edition is the practical, up-to-the-minute guide to the use of subsurface interpretation, mapping, and structural techniques in the search for oil and gas resources. Two of the industry's leading consultants present systematic coverage of the field's key principles and newest advances, offering guidance that is valuable for both exploration and development activities, as well as for "detailed" projects in maturely developed areas. Fully updated and expanded, this edition combines extensive information from the published literature with significant material never before published. The authors introduce superior techniques for every major petroleum-related tectonic setting in the world. Coverage includes: bull; bull;A systematic, ten-step philosophy for subsurface interpretation and mapping bull;The latest computer-based contouring concepts and applications bull;Advanced manual and computer-based log correlation bull;Integration of geophysical data into subsurface interpretations and mapping bull;Cross-section construction: structural, stratigraphic, and problem-solving bull;Interpretation and generation of valid fault, structure, and isochore maps bull;New coverage of 3D seismic interpretation, from project setup through documentation bull;Compressional and extensional structures: balancing and interpretation bull;In-depth new coverage of strike-slip faulting and related structures bull;Growth and correlation consistency techniques: expansion indices, Multiple Bischke Plot Analysis, vertical separation versus depth, and more bull;Numerous field examples from around the world Whatever your role in the adventure of finding and developing oil or gas resources-as a geologist, geophysicist, engineer, technologist, manager or investor-the tools presented in this book can make you significantly more effective in your daily technical or decision-oriented activities.
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Book details

List price: $164.99
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 8/16/2002
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 864
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 4.730
Language: English

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Reviewers
Contributors
Drafting
Support Personnel
Contributing Authors
Special Recognition from
Special Recognition from
Biography of
Biography of
Introduction to Subsurface Mapping
Textbook Overview
The Philosophical Doctrine of Accurate Subsurface Interpretation and Mapping
Types Of Subsurface Maps and Cross Sections
Contouring and Contouring Techniques
Introduction
Three-Dimensional Perspective
Rules of Contouring
Methods of Contouring By Hand
Computer-Based Contouring Concepts and Applications
Directionally Drilled Wells and Directional Surveys
Introduction
Application of Directionally Drilled Wells
Common Types of Directionally Drilled Wells
Directional Well Plan
Directional Tools Used for Measurements
Directional Survey Calculations
Directional Survey Uncertainties
Directional Well Plots
Log Correlation Techniques
Introduction
Electric Log Correlation Procedures and Guidelines
Correlation Type Log
Electric Log Correlation -Vertical Wells
Electric Log Correlation -Directionally Drilled Wells
Electric Log Correlation -Horizontal Wells
Computer-Based Log Correlation
Repeated Section
Estimating Restored Tops
Unconformities
Annotation and Documentation
Integration of Geophysical Data in Subsurface Mapping
Introduction and Philosophy
The Process
Data Validation and Interpretation
Data Extraction
Some Final Thoughts on Seismic Mapping
Cross Sections
Introduction
Planning a Cross Section
Structural Cross Sections
Stratigraphic Cross Sections
Problem-Solving Cross Sections
Finished Illustration (Show) Cross Sections
Correlation Sections
Cross Section Design
Vertical Exaggeration
Projection of Wells
Cross Section Construction Across Faults
Three-Dimensional Views
Cross Section Construction Using a Computer
Fault Seal Analysis
Fault Maps
Introduction
Fault Terminology
Definition of Fault Displacement
Mathematical Relationship of Throw to Vertical Separation
Fault Data Determined From Well Logs
Fault Surface Map Construction
Types of Fault Patterns
Fault Data Determined From Seismic Information
Growth Faults
Directional Surveys and Fault Surface Maps
Vertical Separation -Correction Factor and Documentation
Structure Maps
Introduction
Guidelines to Contouring
Summary of the Methods of Contouring By Hand
Contouring Faulted Surfaces
Manual Integration of Fault and Structure Maps
Fault Traces and Gaps -Shortcuts and Pitfalls
Structure Map -Generic Case Study
The Additive Property of Faults
Integration of Seismic and Well Data for Structure Mapping
Other Mapping Techniques
Application of Contour Compatibility Across Faults
Mapping Techniques for Various Tectonic Habitats
Requirements for a Reasonable Structural
Interpretation and Completed Maps
Interpretation of Three-Dimensional Seismic Data
Introduction and Philosophy
Planning, Organizing and Documenting a Project
Fault Interpretation
Horizon Interpretation
Preliminary Structure Mapping
Horizon and Fault Integration on a Workstation
Conclusion
Compressional Structures: Balancing and Interpretation
Introduction
Structural Geology and Balancing
Mechanical Stratigraphy
Classical Balancing Techniques
Cross Section Consistency
Cross Section Construction
Depth to Detachment Calculations
Nonclassical Methods
Extensional Structures: Balancing and Interpretation
Introduction
Origin of Hanging Wall (Rollover) Anticlines
A Graphical Dip Domain Technique for Projecting Large Growth Faults to Depth
Origin of Synthetic and Antithetic Faults, Keystone Structures, and Downward D