Friday, January 6, 2012

Figure of the day

This figure was generated using OpendTect and the F3-Demo data from the Dutch North Sea. The gray-scale image is a vertical slice through a 3D seismic volume, and the color surface is a tracked horizon representing approximate base of the Tertiary. Fault and channel networks are clearly observed. Colors represent seismic reflection amplitude that is influenced by various rock and pore fluid properties.

Interpretation was done on a Macintosh with dual 30-inch cinema displays. OpendTect is an excellent (free!) system for academic seismic interpreters, hats off to the developers.


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