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Seismic anisotropy

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Rock Quality, Seismic Velocity, Attenuation and Anisotropy

Seismic anisotropy is a term used in seismology to describe the directional dependence of the velocity of seismic waves in a medium (rock) within the Earth.
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    • Description 

    • History of the recognition of anisotropy 

    • Concept of seismic anisotropy 

    • Origin of anisotropy 

    • The importance of anisotropy in hydrocarbon exploration and production 

    • The application of the anisotropy in petroleum exploration and production 

    • Crustal anisotropy 

    • Mantle anisotropy