Synthetic Seismogram Modeling

This course introduces the techniques used in forward modeling the acoustic properties of the earth to predict the seismic response of the earth. The synthetic seismogram, commonly called “the synthetic,” is the resulting one-dimensional model used to identify the relationship between reflection events on a seismic section with marker horizons identified in well logs or to determine the wavelet embedded in the seismic data. The course’s overall intent is to develop your capability to competently and confidently employ synthetics in exploration and production. Upon completion of this course, you will better understand how to prepare a synthetic and what assumptions and factors affect the validity of the model.

Code: IHRDC_IPIMS_t37216


Duration: 0.7 hours