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Seismic inversion for acoustic impedance is widely used in our industry today, mainly due to the ease and accuracy of interpretation of impedance data, but also because it allows an integrated approach to geological interpretation. This month’s column refers to “inversion” as the transformation of seismic amplitude data into acoustic impedance data.
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