Basic Depth Imaging Workflow

 Audience

Any geophysicist who needs to work with depth imaging.

Content

This course begins with an introduction to depth migration. This is followed by an introduction to the workflow, and includes topics such as geometry definition,  setting up the velocity zone, data loading to the interpretation toolbox and depth migration run for water bottom picking.

Other steps include; initial vertical velocity model building, anisotropic velocity model building, and sediment velocity update. Each model is validated by a Kirchhoff or a Beam migration run.

Two days are dedicated to building and updating the velocity model. A debriefing session at the end of the course summarizes the studies, and consolidates the learning. This course is proposed using either a marine or a land dataset.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the different steps of the workflow
  • Build several models using the interpretation toolbox
  • Set processing jobs, test parameters and run depth migration
  • Competently use several options

Duration

5-day

Number of Participants

4 - 10

Prerequisites

Trainees should have background in time processing, and be familiar with the software used

Learning Path

Module 2 of Onboard Processing

Software Used

Tornado (geovation)

Course Format

Classroom, on-the-job, presentations, demo

Audience

Any geophysicist who needs to work with depth imaging.

Content

This course begins with an introduction to depth migration. This is followed by an introduction to the workflow, and includes topics such as geometry definition,  setting up the velocity zone, data loading to the interpretation toolbox and depth migration run for water bottom picking.

Other steps include; initial vertical velocity model building, anisotropic velocity model building, and sediment velocity update. Each model is validated by a Kirchhoff or a Beam migration run.

Two days are dedicated to building and updating the velocity model. A debriefing session at the end of the course summarizes the studies, and consolidates the learning. This course is proposed using either a marine or a land dataset.

Learning Objectives

Understand the different steps of the workflow
Build several models using the interpretation toolbox
Set processing jobs, test parameters and run depth migration
Competently use several options

Duration

5-day

Number of Participants

4 - 10

Prerequisites

Trainees should have background intime processing, and be familiar withthe software used

Software Used

Tornado (geovation)

Course Format

Classroom, on-the-job, presentations, demo

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