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Craig J. Beasley, volume editor
Lianjie Huang, managing editor
ISBN 978-1-56080-303-4 (Volume)
About the Author
Gijs J. O. Vermeer received an M.S. degree in applied mathematics (1965) and a
Ph.D. in geophysics (2001) from the Technological University of Delft. He spent nearly
30 years with Shell, where he worked in research as well as in operations on seismic
problems, and eventually I agreed to sit on his Ph.D.
committee (more for my benefit than his) and eventually
became volume editor for the first, and now, the second
As the subject of survey design moved on and
it is tempting to marvel at our sophisticated technology
older 2-D Anstey, Ongkiehong, and Askin papersa clear
and correct explanation of the issues and their solutions.
This is what you now have, as into the breach stepped
Gijs Vermeer, who is particularly well qualified to
author a book on this subject. His academic background
living not just as a theorist, but also with real data as a
tion of papers of variable quality, ultimately superseded
by the definitive work. It is just such a definitive work,
in the field of 3-D seismic survey design, that I am proud
to introduce here.
Figure 7.3 from their journal,
tration that compares time slices of the same diffraction-
book. As a reviewer of Chapter 4, Ian Jack provided two
7.3 and 10.3 in this second edition. There are more than
Dutta, Ralph Weiss, Richard Stocker, Robert Ross, Robert
Simpson, Roice Nelson, Sandra Tegtmeier, Sharon Dickie,
liam Goodway, Xiao-Gui Miao, and Xinxiang Li. Writing
acknowledgments with so much input from others is a bit
hazardous. Undoubtedly, I have forgotten to mention some
geophysicists who also helped shape this book in one way
or another. So, many thanks go to all you unnamed con
tributors as well.
A few more persons need be mentioned for their
was the conversion of my RGB figures to CMYK. Next,
seriously. She implemented numerous improvements
devote more of my time to geophysics and to this book
tionship with Shell manifested itself in Shells permission
The horizon slices in this publication have been made
with a prototype version of Omni Workshop, which was
kindly made available by Seismic Image Software Ltd.
TNOs permission to include the prototype version of the
Acquisition Design Wizard on the CD-ROM of this book
SEGs Geophysical Reference Series. My gratitude also
years of research in a stimulating Shell environment. In
version of my dissertation (defended in February 2001).
This second edition has been extended considerably.
difference is the inclusion of many new figures copied
, and all references are now compiled
Three-dimensional seismic surveys have become
a major tool in the exploration and exploitation of
tinguished Achievement Award for inventing the 3D
MDSs. Therefore, the properties of the MDSs need
lines, and superspread can all be used. The technique
chosen may depend on availability of equipment, effi
The required extent of the survey area depends on the
fold-taper zone (a given for the selected nominal geom