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Acoustic impedance inversion 
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What input data do i need to perform acoustic impedance inversion. I have 2D seismic data and logs, but no sonic or density logs... I know that I can calculate sonic log from resistivity using Faust's equation, and from that density and AI, but is that a good practice, will it give me correct results?

Note: the logs i have are SP, GR, Neutron Gamma-ray, resistivity and caliper

Fri Feb 22, 2013 3:08 pm
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