This two day course is designed to meet the needs of any geophysicist involved in 3D operations (both land and marine), including interpreting geophysicists, survey designers, seismic processors, field QC personnel, and contractors. The course outlines rules of thumb and guidelines for choosing parameters. Example designs are presented and independent design exercises are provided. Practical field and marine considerations are addressed.
- Design Rules of Thumb and Guidelines
- Evaluation of 3D Design Parameters For:
- Anticipated Target
- Desired Resolution
- Offset Requirements
- Migration Apron for Migration
- Signal to Noise
- Analysis of Design Parameters for Land and Marine
- Fresnel Zone
- Geometry Footprint
- Target Illumination
- 2D Modeling
- 3D Modeling
- Field Surveys
- Fold and Offset Compensation for Obstacles
- Infill shooting
- Fold Taper and Edge Management
Introduction to OMNI 3D or (or equivalent prior experience with OMNI 3D) is a prerequisite for the Survey Design Analysis with OMNI 3D course.
Course registrations are not confirmed until payment is received in full. GEDCO reserves the right to cancel any course. If a course is cancelled, students will be contacted by phone and/or email to arrange a training credit. Every effort will be made to reschedule a cancelled course or transfer registrations to a later date. In the event of a date change, every attempt will be made to ensure that students are notified at least five business days prior to the course start date. Students may cancel their registration 10 business days (two weeks) prior to the course start date for a full refund. No credit or refund will be provided for any course registration cancelled less than 10 business days (two weeks) prior to the course start date. Registered participants that are unable to attend the course may send a substitute. GEDCO must be notified of any participant substitutions prior to the course start date.