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issue 6/2018 vol 66 of Acta Geophysica has been published on Springer Platform

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Different from the stacked seismic data, pre-stack data includes abundant information about shear wave and density. Through inversing the shear wave and density information from the pre-stack data, we can determine oil-bearing properties from different incident angles. The state-of-the-art inversion methods obtain either low vertical resolution or lateral discontinuities. However, the practical reservoir generally has sharp discontinuities between different layers in vertically direction and is horizontally smooth. Towards obtaining the practical model, we present an inversion method based on the regularized amplitude-versus-incidence angle (AVA) data to estimate the piecewise-smooth model from pre-stack seismic data.

 

SKS and PKS splitting parameters were determined in the broader Greek region using data from 45 stations of the Hellenic Unified Seismological Network and the Kandilli Observatory and Earthquake Research Institute, utilizing teleseismic events that occurred between 2010 and 2017. Data were processed for shear-wave splitting with the Minimum Energy Method that was considered the optimal. The results generally confirm the existence of anisotropic zonation in the Hellenic subduction system, with alternating trench-normal and trench-parallel directions.

 

The study was performed to estimate the weekly sediment load in Thal canal located in Mianwali district Punjab, Pakistan. Past records of 
sediments and discharge have been considered as the input parameters. The best input combinations have been identified with the help of 
advanced algorithms including full, sequential and increasing embedding,genetic algorithm and hill climbing in combination with the gamma test.
 Model training has been carried out using two artificial neural network-based algorithms, namely Broyden–Fletcher–Goldfarb–Shanno 
(BFGS), back-propagation and a local linear regression technique.


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  • The AVA inversion result of the field data with the Tikhonov regularization method a P-wave velocity b S-wave velocity c density

    The AVA inversion result of the field data with the Tikhonov regularization method a P-wave velocity b S-wave velocity c density

  • Station-averaged splitting results from the available SWS analysis studies in the Greek region by Hatzfeld et al. (2001), Schmid et al. (2004), Evangelidis et al. (2011), Olive et al. (2014), Paul et al. (2014), Confal et al. (2016), Evangelidis (2017) and the current study. The mean values at each station are represented with a different color for each study (see legend) and indicate the fast direction (φ) and the time-delay (δt). The three anisotropic zones, according to Evangelidis (2017), are superimposed

    Station-averaged splitting results from the available SWS analysis studies in the Greek region by Hatzfeld et al. (2001), Schmid et al. (2004), Evangelidis et al. (2011), Olive et al. (2014), Paul et al. (2014), Confal et al. (2016), Evangelidis (2017) and the current study. The mean values at each station are represented with a different color for each study (see legend) and indicate the fast direction (φ) and the time-delay (δt). The three anisotropic zones, according to Evangelidis (2017), are superimposed

  • Change in gamma values for different model identification techniques

    Change in gamma values for different model identification techniques

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