Well Logging for Earth Scientists By Darwin V.Ellis & Julian M - Twenty years ago, the objectives of the ﬁrst edition of this book were numerous and ambitious: to demystify the process of well log analysis; to examine the physical basis of the multitude of geophysical measurements known collectively as well logging; to clearly lay out the assumptions and approximations routinely used to extract petro- physical information from these geophysical measurements; to expose the vast range of well logging instrumentation and techniques to the larger geophysical community.
Finally, there was the important goal of providing a textbook for university and gradu- ate students in Geophysics and Petroleum Engineering, where none suitable had been available before. What’s different twenty years later? First of all, Well Logging for Earth Scientists is long out of print. The petroleum industry, the major consumer of the geophysical information known as well logging, has changed enormously: technical staffs have been slashed, and hydrocarbons have become increasingly harder to locate, quantify, and produce
Well Logging for Earth Scientists By Darwin V.Ellis & Julian M
Author Darwin V. Ellis & Julian M. Singer - Language English - Pages 699 - Publisher Springer Science - File Format PDF - ISBN-13 : 978-1-4020-3738-2 Year 2007 File Size : 20.2 MB