• Impacts of seismic resolution on fault interpretation: Insights from seismic modelling 

      Faleide, Thea Sveva; Braathen, Alvar; Lecomte, Isabelle Christine; Mulrooney, Mark Joseph; Midtkandal, Ivar; Bugge, Aina J.; Planke, Sverre (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Seismic mapping of subsurface faults is hampered by factors such as seismic resolution, velocity control for depth conversion and human bias. Here, we explore the challenges and pitfalls related to interpreting normal ...
    • Outcrop-scale fracture analysis and seismic modelling of a basin-bounding normal fault in platform carbonates, central Italy 

      Volatili, Tiziano; Agosta, Fabrizio; Cardozo, Nestor; Zambrano, Miller; Lecomte, Isabelle Christine; Tondi, Emanuele (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      Faults are characterized by a complex internal architecture. In carbonates, the geometry, attitude, and distri­bution of fault-related fractures and subsidiary faults can largely affect the petrophysical properties and hy­ ...
    • Point-spread function convolution to simulate prestack depth migrated images: A validation study 

      Jensen, Kristian; Lecomte, Isabelle Christine; Gelius, Leiv-J.; Kaschwich, Tina (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Seismic migration commonly yields an incomplete reconstruction of the Earth model due to restricted survey aperture, band-limited frequency content and propagation effects. This affects both illumination and resolution of ...
    • Teaching with digital geology in the high Arctic: opportunities and challenges 

      Senger, Kim; Betlem, Peter; Grundvåg, Sten-Andreas; Horota, Rafael Kenji; Buckley, Simon John; Smyrak-Sikora, Aleksandra; Jochmann, Malte Michel; Birchall, Thomas; Janocha, Julian; Ogata, Kei; Kuckero, Lilith; Johannessen, Rakul Maria; Lecomte, Isabelle Christine; Cohen, Sarah M.; Olaussen, Snorre (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      The Covid-19 pandemic occurred at a time of major revolution in the geosciences – the era of digital geology. Digital outcrop models (DOMs) acquired from consumer drones, processed using user-friendly photogrammetric ...