For a faster way of screening anomalies to confidently interpret your geology, GeoTeric incorporates RMS amplitude calculations in the iso-proportional slicing tool and also allows the creation of a volumetric RMS cube using processes and workflows. Learn more and follow our step by step guide to c...
GeoTeric's Adaptive Fault workflow has been developed to produce rapid and accurate fault interpretations. This workflow makes use of GeoTeric's Noise Expression to produce the cleanest possible input data, Fault Expression to capture all fault information in one blend, and Adaptive Faults to provide the most intuitive fault interpretation experience. One tool that can add extra value at the end of this workflow is the Interactive Fault Slicing, which allows rapid comparison of responses across a fault plane.
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GeoTeric's Iso-Proportional Slicing tool allows the interpreter to create iso-slices between horizons in a proportional or conformant manner to quickly gain a better understanding of the geology. Either volumes or colour blends can be used for input. A set of attributes are calculated within the slices and displayed as maps of the horizons. When we talk about reflection seismic data, most users can explain these attribute, such as e.g. Maximum +ve (Positive) Amplitude and RMS Energy. However, we frequently get the question: How are these attributes calculated in a colour blend and what do they mean?
In order to get a more accurate understanding of reservoir extents, attributes can be segmented based on petrophysical cutoffs, and geobodies can be created from segmented volumes using the Parser tool.
Polygons are some of the essential products of seismic interpretation. For the mapping of features and estimation of areal extents, GeoTeric provides polygon interpretation tools that allow these to be captured from the rich geological information revealed from the seismic data.
The GeoTeric 2017.2 release not only included the release of the Adaptive Faults as part of our Adaptive Interpretation System, but also the ability to load and visualise data in floating point. The ability to load geophysical volumes such as Vp/Vs and Acoustic Impedance volumes with their original values allows interpreters to extend their subsurface analysis capabilities in GeoTeric.
GeoTeric’s Adaptive Fault Interpretation provides a fast and accurate interpretation system which improves the efficiency of your fault interpretation.
The Adaptive Faults are data following fault sticks, which snap to discontinuities in reflectivity data, attributes or CMY Blends. With just 2 clicks of the mouse you can have an accurate fault stick. The Graph Theory looks at how similar the attribute, or break in the seismic data is from the background and determines the best route from first click to where the cursor is located.
To start interpreting the faults, click on the Interpret module (figure 1) or right click in the 3D scene and select Adaptive Faults. Either option will bring up the main Interpretation menu in the 3D scene.