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Seismic Data Interpretation 2(2-0) (PGP 3102) Course Level: 2 Course Credit: 2CU Description: This course introduces students to seismic signals and seismic noise and their interpretations. Course Objectives By the end of the course the students should be able to: 1. Distinguish between seismic signals and seismic noise. 2. Acquire and process signals by different methods. 3. Interpret seismic data. 4. Carry out some mapping and draw simple structure maps. Course Outline Content Hours Seismic signal and seismic noise. 10 Impact of seismic acquisition, processing, velocity analysis, and imaging on seismic interpretation. Seismic expression of folding, faulting, deposition and erosion. 10 Mapping structures and stratigraphy. Simple time structure maps. 10 Mode of Delivery: This course is mainly lecture based, with tests, assignments and tutorials to allow for studentlecturer interaction. Assessment Assignments and tests Final Examinations 30% 70% Reading List BOURNIQUE L. B. & CLARK V. A., (2006). Processing Data: The Survey Example (Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences) YILMAZ, O. (2001). Seismic Data Analysis: Processing, Inversion and Interpretation of Seismic Data. Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Tulsa. BACON M., SIMM R. AND REDSHAW T. (2003) : 3-D Seismic Interpretation. Cambridge University Press.