The ability of the marine controlled source electromagnetic method to resolve anisotropy in the sediment conductivity is not very well understood. In this study, we address the resolvability of anisotropy using a Bayesian approach. Two markedly different methods, slice sampling and reversible jump Markov Chain Monte Carlo have been used for the Bayesian inversion of a synthetic model of a resistive oil reservoir trapped beneath the seabed. We use this to identify which components of data can provide the strongest constraints on anisotropy in the overburden, reservoir and underlying sediments.
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Bayesian Inversion of TIV Anisotropic CSEM Data
Paper presented at the 2012 SEG Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, November 2012.
Paper Number: SEG-2012-1546
Published: November 04 2012
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Ray, Anandaroop, and Kerry Key. "Bayesian Inversion of TIV Anisotropic CSEM Data." Paper presented at the 2012 SEG Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, November 2012.
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