Multispectral Coherence Attribute Applications

Coherence is an iconic attribute that finds its place in most workstation interpretation software packages. Much has been written about this attribute and the usefulness of its applications. The geologic feature imaging in three-dimensional seismic data volumes is done well by the coherence attribute as three-dimensionality is an essential ingredient of its computation.

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Figure 3: Stratal slices 36 milliseconds above a marker at roughly 1,700 milliseconds through the (a) broadband coherence and (b) multispectral coherence volumes. Notice, the overall better definition of faults indicated with yellow, cyan and green arrows. The seismic data are from the Montney-Dawson area in British Columbia, Canada. Data courtesy of TGS, Calgary.

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