2007

Well Logging for Earth Scientists

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-3738-2 (Print) 978-1-4020-4602-5 (Online)

Table of contents (23 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xix

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    Pages 1-15

    An Overview of Well Logging

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    Pages 17-39

    Introduction to Well Log Interpretation: Finding the Hydrocarbon

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    Pages 41-62

    Basic Resistivity and Spontaneous Potential

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    Pages 63-89

    Empiricism: The Cornerstone of Interpretation

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    Pages 91-123

    Resistivity: Electrode Devices and How They Evolved

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    Pages 125-148

    Other Electrode and Toroid Devices

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    Pages 149-177

    Resistivity: Induction Devices

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    Pages 179-212

    Multi-Array and Triaxial Induction Devices

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    Pages 213-245

    Propagation Measurements

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    Pages 247-266

    Basic Nuclear Physics for Logging Applications: Gamma Rays

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    Pages 267-288

    Gamma Ray Devices

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    Pages 289-324

    Gamma Ray Scattering and Absorption Measurements

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    Pages 325-349

    Basic Neutron Physics for Logging Applications

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    Pages 351-382

    Neutron Porosity Devices

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    Pages 383-414

    Pulsed Neutron Devices and Spectroscopy

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    Pages 415-478

    Nuclear Magnetic Logging

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    Pages 479-498

    Introduction to Acoustic Logging

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    Pages 499-530

    Acoustic Waves in Porous Rocks and Boreholes

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    Pages 531-571

    Acoustic Logging Methods

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    Pages 573-595

    High Angle and Horizontal Wells

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