Research Reports 2019

Chapter Author(s) Title Availability
0 CREWES Abstract Book Abstract Document
1 Farzaneh Bayati and Daniel Trad Exploring two different methods of seismic interpolating operators Abstract Document
2 Kevin L. Bertram and Kris Innanen and Kevin W. Hall and Marie Macquet and Malcolm Bertram and Don C. Lawton CREWES in the field: 2019 overview Abstract Document
3 Huaizhen Chen and Junxiao Li and Kris Innanen Inversion for two sets of fracture weaknesses using differences between azimuthal reflection coefficients - Theory and synthetic examples Abstract Document
4 Huaizhen Chen and Shahpoor Moradi and Kris Innanen Joint inversion of PP- and PSV-wave amplitude data for estimating P- and S-wave moduli and attenuation factor Abstract Document
5 Huaizhen Chen and Kris Innanen Nonlinear inversion of seismic amplitude data for attenuation and layer-weaknesses Abstract Document
6 Raúl Cova and Kris Innanen Full waveform inversion of multimode surface wave data: numerical insights Abstract Document
7 Matt Eaid and Kris Innanen Coherent optical time domain reflectometry: the theoretical basis for distributed acoustic sensing technologies Abstract Document
8 Matt Eaid and Scott Keating and Kris Innanen Constructing meaningful FWI gradients for data from shaped DAS fibres Abstract Document
9 Matt Eaid and Kris Innanen Modelling DAS signals for hydraulic fracturing and caprock monitoring Abstract Document
10 Ali Fathalian and Daniel Trad and Kris Innanen 3D viscoacoustic reverse time migration with attenuation compensation Abstract Document
11 Xin Fu and Kris Innanen Bayesian generalized linear AVA inversion for VTI media Abstract Document
12 Xin Fu and Sergio Romahn and Kris Innanen Double-wavelet double-difference time-lapse waveform inversion Abstract Document
13 Xin Fu and Sergio Romahn and Kris Innanen Waveform inversion combining one-way and two-way wave equation migration Abstract Document
14 Marcelo Guarido and Daniel Trad Machine learning as a tool to predict the mass of oil from well logs Abstract Document
15 Marcelo Guarido and Daniel Trad Using natural language processing and machine learning to predict severe injuries classification in the oil and gas industry Abstract Document
16 Saul E. Guevara and Daniel Trad SS-wave reflections from conventional 3C data Abstract Document
17 Kevin W. Hall and Don C. Lawton DAS trace location assignment at the CaMI.FRS fibre loop Abstract Document
18 Kevin W. Hall and Kris Innanen A directional DAS sensor and multi-component geophone comparison Abstract Document
19 Heather K. Hardeman-Vooys and Michael P. Lamoureux Investigation of fibre-optic cable formation in DAS acquisition Abstract Document
20 Heather K. Hardeman-Vooys and Matt McDonald and Michael P. Lamoureux Locating events using independent component analysis and Gaussian mixture models Abstract Document
21 Heather K. Hardeman-Vooys and Matt McDonald and Michael P. Lamoureux Image registration for distributed acoustic sensing acquired data using convolutional neural networks Abstract Document
22 David C. Henley and Joe Wong Let there be light: illuminating physical models from the surface Abstract Document
23 Qi Hu and Scott Keating and Kris Innanen Direct elastic FWI updating of rock physics properties Abstract Document
24 Qi Hu and Kris Innanen Study of crosstalk reduction in multiparameter acoustic FWI Abstract Document
25 Shang Huang and Daniel Trad Migration with surface and internal multiples Abstract Document
26 Amr Ibrahim and Kai Zhuang and Daniel Trad Deblending using hybrid Radon transform Abstract Document
27 Amr Ibrahim and Daniel Trad Deblending using robust inversion of Stolt-based Radon operators Abstract Document
28 Kris Innanen and Don C. Lawton and Kevin W. Hall and Malcolm Bertram and Kevin L. Bertram Detection of transient time lapse seismic signatures associated with CO2 injection Abstract Document
29 Kris Innanen and Daniel Trad and Don C. Lawton and Rachel Lauer and Roman Shor and Michael P. Lamoureux Quantitative characterization and monitoring of reservoir properties, pressures, fluids and fractures with multicomponent and quasi-continuous full-waveform seismology Abstract Document
30 Kris Innanen Short note: analysis of the non-uniqueness of seismic travel-times through brute-force counting Abstract Document
31 J. Helen Isaac and Don C. Lawton Seismic studies of the near-surface at the CaMI Field Research Station, Newell County, Alberta Abstract Document
32 Scott Keating and Andrew Iverson and Kris Innanen Accounting for attenuation in the downward generator adaptive subtraction domain Abstract Document
33 Scott Keating and Kris Innanen Full-waveform inversion uncertainty analysis with null-space shuttles Abstract Document
34 Scott Keating and Kris Innanen Penalty terms in the truncated Newton inner-loop for full-waveform inversion Abstract Document
35 Scott Keating and Kris Innanen Parameter cross-talk and leakage between spatially-separated unknowns in viscoelastic full waveform inversion Abstract Document
36 Scott Keating and Kris Innanen Viscoacoustic WRI - obstacles for multi-parameter cycle-skipping strategies? Abstract Document
37 Michael P. Lamoureux and Heather K. Hardeman-Vooys Gabor multipliers revisited Abstract Document
38 Bernard K. Law and Daniel Trad Review of tomographic methods Abstract Document
39 Don Lawton and Adriana Gordon and Michael Hall and Svetlana Bidikhova and Kevin Hall and Malcolm Bertram Update on DAS and geophone VSP surveys at the CaMI Field Research Station, Newell County, Alberta Abstract Document
40 Da Li and Michael P. Lamoureux and Wenyuan Liao Full waveform inversion with unbalanced optimal transport distance Abstract Document
41 He Liu and Kris Innanen A first-order quasi-SV-wave propagator in 2-dimensional vertical transversely isotropic (VTI) media Abstract Document
42 Marie Macquet and Don C. Lawton Ambient noise correlation study at the CaMI Field Research Station, Newell County, Alberta, Canada Abstract Document
43 Jorge E. Monsegny and Daniel Trad and Don C. Lawton RTM of a distributed acoustic sensing VSP at the CaMI Field Research Station, Newell County, Alberta, Canada Abstract Document
44 Zhan Niu and Daniel Trad Deblending using convolutional neural networks Abstract Document
45 Zhan Niu and Daniel Trad Machine learning experiments on velocity extraction from migration images Abstract Document
46 Luping Qu and Kris Innanen Comparison of different surface wave inversion methods in engineering scale Abstract Document
47 Luping Qu and Jan Dettmer and Kris Innanen Trans-Dimensional multimode surface wave inversion of DAS data at CaMI-FRS Abstract Document
48 Brian H. Russell and Laurence R. Lines A numerical comparison of seismic inversion, multilayer and basis function neural networks Abstract Document
49 Ziguang Su and Daniel Trad Migration and demigration deblending in receiver domain Abstract Document
50 Daniel Trad A Madagascar package for deblending in multiple flavours Abstract Document
51 Ronald M Weir and Don C. Lawton and Laurence R. Lines Integrated interpretation: Using reflection seismic and microseismic to de-risk the Duvernay Abstract Document
52 Joe Wong and Hongliang Zhang and Kevin L. Bertram and Kris Innanen Physical modeling of microseismics and time reversal Abstract Document
53 Joe Wong and Hongliang Zhang and Nasser Kazemi and Kevin L. Bertram and Kris Innanen and Roman Shor Physical modeling of seismic illumination and SWD Abstract Document
54 Hongliang Zhang and Amr Ibrahim and Daniel Trad and Kris Innanen Interpolation through machine learning Abstract Document
55 Tianze Zhang and Kris Innanen and Jian Sun and Daniel Trad A deep learning formulation of elastic FWI with numerical and parameterization analysis Abstract Document
56 Tianze Zhang and Kris Innanen and Jian Sun and Daniel Trad Theory based machine learning viscoelastic full waveform inversion based on recurrent neural network Abstract Document
57 Kai Zhuang and Daniel Trad and Amr Ibrahim Sparse inversion based deblending in CMP domain using Radon operators Abstract Document