eHR-210 HampsonRussell Strata Virtual Workshop

Audience

Geophysicists, geologists, engineers and technical staff who want to understand the theory and learn how to apply these increasingly critical techniques.

Content

This course covers the theory and practical use of Strata, an interactive program that is fully linked within HampsonRussell software and performs pre-stack and post-stack inversion. Topics covered include:

  • Introduction: Convolutional models, wavelets, reflectivity and noise
  • Theory: Primarily focused on Model-based post-stack inversion; sparse spike and colored inversion covered in less depth
  • Analysis: Wavelet, well ties, model building, inversion analysis, QC
  • Practical: covers all stages of an inversion workflow: from data loading, through model building, inversion parameterization and inversion application.

Learning Objectives

  • Covers post-stack inversion, with a largely non-mathematical overview of post-stack inversion methods within Strata
  • Understand of all stages of the inversion workflow
  • Review all factors that influence the inversion result, from the selection of the most suitable algorithm through to
  • Combination of theory and practical exercises using the Strata software. Exercises comprise approximately 50 percent of the course content

Duration

1-day

Prerequisites

A basic understanding of geophysics - such as knowing what seismic data is, what is a wavelet, what convolution means etc.

Software Used

Strata

Course Format

Virtual Training delivered via GoToTraining

Audience

Geophysicists, geologists, engineers and technical staff who want to understand the theory and learn how to apply these increasingly critical techniques.

Content

Duration1-day PrerequisitesA basic understanding of geophysics - such as knowing what seismic data is, what is a wavelet, what convolution means etc.Software UsedStrataCourse FormatVirtual Training delivered via GoToTraining

Learning Objectives

Covers post-stack inversion, with a largely non-mathematical overview of post-stack inversion methods within Strata
Understand of all stages of the inversion workflow
Review all factors that influence the inversion result, from the selection of the most suitable algorithm through to
Combination of theory and practical exercises using the Strata software. Exercises comprise approximately 50 percent of the course content

Duration

1-day

Number of Participants

Prerequisites

A basic understanding of geophysics - such as knowing what seismic data is, what is a wavelet, what convolution means etc.

Software Used

Strata

Course Format

Virtual

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