Joint inversion of multiple geophysical data and its application to geology differentiation
Geophysical inversion has been an important and effective tool in both mineral and petroleum industries. The recovered images from geophysical inversions are interpreted by geologists to understand the subsurface geological structures and to guide further exploration activities such as spotting drill holes. Geophysical inversion, however, does not always provide a good subsurface image that reliably reflects the structural and petrophysical properties of the target due to many reasons. My research focuses on improving the fidelity of geophysical inverted models and consequently, the geology ...
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