Graham Brew has worked at Dynamic Graphics Inc. for 15 years. He is currently the Product Manager for the CoViz 4D product line. Graham has his PhD in Geophysics from Cornell University, and previously held geophysical appointments at Chevron, Norcal Geophysical Consultants, and Rio Tinto Mining.

seismic forward modeling

An Integrated Approach to Seismic Forward Modeling

Seismic forward modeling is an important step to better understand complex subsurface conditions when using 3D, and especially 4D, seismic data. However, to fully appreciate the impact of the modeling results, data integration is required to set the findings in their full and correct context. Analysts are well aware of the challenges of sifting through…

seismic data visualization

4D Seismic Data Visualization: Why the 4th Dimension Is Just As Important As the Other Three

Visualization of subsurface data associated with hydrocarbon assets has evolved from the acquisition of millions of seismic data points (1D) that create two-dimensional (2D) images showing subsurface geology, to three-dimensional (3D) seismic data visualizations. The level of detail continually improves with more precise data acquisition capabilities, ever-greater data volumes, and sophisticated processing algorithms.  Although 3D…