DOI: 10.3390/rs13152928
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Abstract: The Groningen gas field in the Netherlands is an ideal test bed for in-situ reservoir monitoring techniques because of the availability of both active and passive in-reservoir seismic data. In this study, we use deconvolution interferometry to estimate the reflection and transmission response using active and passive borehole data within the reservoir at ∼3-km depth and separate up- and downgoing P- and S-wave fields by f-k filtering. We validate the results using synthetic data of a 1D elastic model built fro… Show more

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