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Technical Paper: Using an HSV Color Map to Visualize Spectral Phase and Magnitude Information for an Incised Valley System

Society: SEG
Paper Number: 2012-497
Presentation Date: 2012
 

Abstract

Spectral decomposition is a proven, useful tool for gaining understanding of complex geologic regions such as fluvialdeltaic systems and turbidites. Typically, interpreters focus on spectral magnitude while downplaying or ignoring phase. In this abstract, we present a visualization method that combines spectral phase and magnitude using a huesaturation-value (HSV) color map and demonstrate application of this approach to mapping an incised valley system from the Anadarko Basin, Oklahoma, USA.

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