Welcome to the AGL Data Portal, a one stop location for all information about all AGL datasets.

Given below are the various sections in this page:


For any questions regarding this page please mail to awillia3@central.uh.edu.


Copyrights, contracts and constraints

The datasets listed here are either owned / controlled by AGL or are licensed for use (with constraints). When data are licensed to the AGL, then the ownership and control of the data are held by an entity, outside of the University. The data owner supplies a contract (a.k.a. 'license agreement') defining the terms on which we must conform, in order to gain use of the data for research. All student/staff researchers are required to adhere to the license agreements placed by the data owners (explained in "Levels 1 thru 3" below).

Level 3: Data which is accessible by all AGL members. It can be freely copied and distributed between student researchers and publication sources. Examples of this are from the YBRA Field Camps, as the data are acquired by UH Students & Staff for use by the same. Examples include all data acquired by AGL field crew.

Level 2: This data is restricted. This is data is owned by another company and a "license" has been issued to UH for limited use. Typically, the data may be used for independent research, but copy and distribution are not permitted without the express written permission of the data owner. Please refer to specific contract documents before requesting a copy of this data. The data owners have indicated some flexibility in permitting the publication of their data, but an approval process has to be followed.

Level 1: This data is strictly confidential. These datasets are distinctly not owned by UH / AGL, and a license to use it has been expressly defined. By agreement with the owner, the research data cannot be copied, distributed, published, sold, traded or otherwise disclosed in any way without the expressed written authorization from the data owner. There are datasets where the data owner specifies that the students must apply in writing that they have reviewed and understand the terms of confidentiality, before they can work with the data. Derivative products such as reprocessing and interpretations are also subject to the same restrictions and confidential treatment is required. NO DISTRIBUTION IS PERMITTED WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION.

Please bear in mind that this is a professional and ethical issue of greatest importance, which must be adhered to without exception. The reputation of our institution is at stake, as well as that of the Researcher. There can be legal consequences to the abuse of licensed data.

Violation of the terms of this agreement could result in the expulsion from this academic program.


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Alaska Data Archive: National Petroleum Reserve - Seismic, Well logs - Alaska, US

Alaska Data Archive - National Petroleum Reserve

General:

Location: Alaska, USA

Location Resource:

Date:

Data Summary: Seismic, Well logs

Contact Professor:

License and Constraints: This is an external service from USGS. You will need to follow the conditions set by them. See the link below for details.


Contributor:

Company: USGS

Website: http://energy.usgs.gov/


Survey Description:

Please see the website at http://energy.usgs.gov/GeochemistryGeophysics/SeismicDataProcessingInterpretation/NPRASeismicDataArchive.aspx for more details. You can download the data from the link above.


Data Location:

See the link given above.

Apollo Lunar Seismic Data - Seismic - Moon

Apollo Lunar Seismic Data

General:

Location: Moon

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date:

Data Summary: Seismic

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 3 - Limited


Contributor:

Company: NASA

Website: www.nasa.gov


Survey Description:

Data was obtained from the Apollo 14 (thumper source), Apollo 16(using thumper and rocket propelled grenade) and Apollo 17(explosive package). In the experiments 3 geophones where used on Apollo 14 and 16 and four on Apollo 17.


Data Location:

Available on the AGL Datastation: http://datastation.agl.uh.edu. Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Arizona(Barringer) Meteor Crater 2010 - Seismic, GPR, Gravity, Magnetic - Near Winslow, AZ, USA

Arizona (Barringer) Meteor Crater 2010

General:

Location: Near Winslow, Arizona, USA

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: 05/17/2012 - 05/20/2010

Data Summary: Seismic, GPR, gravity and magnetic surveys were conducted. Seismic Source1 (10-lb Hammer) for Seismic refraction Seismic Source2 (Accelerated Weight Drop) for Seismic refraction and near-surface reflections

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 3 - Limited


Contributor:

Company: Allied Geophysical Laboratories

Website: www.agl.uh.edu


Survey Description:

Seismic: Seismic data were acquired - i) along 5 small lines using 10-lb hammer and ii) along one 645 m long line using Accelerated Weight Drop. Gravity data were collected along 5 lines and magnetic data were collected along 4 lines.
GPR: Two swaths of 100 m x 4.5 m each, one cross-line of 4.5 m x 10 m and another cross-line of 10 m x 4.5 m using 250 MHz Noggin system.


Data Location:

Available on the AGL Datastation: http://datastation.agl.uh.edu. Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

BP Data Donation 2010 - Bathymetric Data, side scan sonar data and sub bottom profiler data - Gulf of Mexico

BP Data Donation 2010

General:

Location: Gulf of Mexico, USA

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: 2010

Data Summary: Bathymetric data, side scan sonar data and sub bottom profiler data.

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 2 - Confidential


Contributor:

Company: BP

Website: www.bp.com


Survey Description:

Contains high resolution seabed data covering Atlantis, Holstein, Mad Dog & Thunder Horse fields at Gulf of Mexico, USA.


Data Location:

Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Bradford 3C3D - 3C3D Seismic - Bradford Counties, Pennsylvania, USA

Bradford 3C3D

General:

Location: Bradford Counties, Pennsylvania, USA

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: 2009

Data Summary: 3C3D Seismic

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart, Dr. Chris Liner

License and Constraints: Level 2 - Confidential


Contributor:

Company: Geokinetics Inc.

Website: www.geokinetics.com

Company: Geophysical Pursuit, Inc.

Website: www.geopursuit.com


Survey Description:

Contains 3D3C data acquired from the Bradford counties in North Pennsylvania. The dataset contains the raw x, y and z components, radial and transverse components, raw PS1(fast) and PS2 (slow) components and velocity information.


Data Location:

Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

CREWES Blackfoot 3C 3D - 3C3D Seismic, Well logs, VSP - Alberta, Canada

CREWES Blackfoot

General:

Location: Blackfoot field, Alberta, Canada

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: 1995

Data Summary: Seismic, VSP, Well logs, Reports, Theses

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 2 - Confidential


Contributor:

Company: CREWES

Website: www.crewes.org


Survey Description:

Contains seismic data 3C3D data with receiver station interval of 60 meters and receiver line interval of 255 meter and source station interval of 60 meters and source line interval of 210 meters. The source used was dynamite. Well logs for 12 wells in the survey area are available with this dataset. VSP data is also available.

Various reports and thesis relating to this data set is also available with the data.


Data Location:

Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

CREWES Broadband 2D3C Data - 3C2D Seismic data, Well logs, Research reports and theses - Alberta, Canada

CREWES Broadband 2D3C Data

General:

Location: Alberta, Canada

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: 1995

Data Summary: 3C2D Seismic data - raw shots, stacked and migrated datasets, Well logs- sonic, dipole sonic and density logs, Research reports and theses.

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 2 - Confidential


Contributor:

Company: CREWES

Website: www.crewes.org


Survey Description:

This dataset was acquired by CREWES in 1995 and includes a 4 km long multicomponent seismic survey over the Blackfoot oil field region in Alberta, Canada. The well logs include sonic, dipole sonic and density logs. The source used was dynamite.


Data Location:

Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Energy Research Park 2011 - 2C2D Seismic - UH Energy Research Park, Houston, TX, USA

Energy Research Park 2011

General:

Location: UH Energy Research Park, Houston, TX, USA

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: Aug, 2011

Data Summary: 2D2C(1 vertical and 1 in-line horizontal) Seismic

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 3 - Limited


Contributor:

Company: Allied Geophysical Laboratories

Website: www.agl.uh.edu


Survey Description:

This survey was conducted at the Energy Research Park at the University of Houston. The line consisted of 96 vertical and 96 horizontal points with the horizontal geophones pointed along the direction of the line (in-line). The receiver interval was 3 meters. The receiver location was acquired using Leica total station.

The source used in the survey was the AGL mini vibroseis and the Propelled Energy Source. The source was shot in the middle of the geophones.


Data Location:

Available on the AGL Datastation: http://datastation.agl.uh.edu. Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Haiti 2012 - 2D2C and Gravity - Leogane, Haiti

Haiti 2012

General:

Location: Leogane, Haiti

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: Jan, 2012

Data Summary: 2D2C (1 vertical and 1 inline horizontal), Gravity

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 3 - Limited


Contributor:

Company: Allied Geophysical Laboratories

Website: www.agl.uh.edu


Survey Description:

This survey was acquired in the country of Haiti. The seismic line consisted of 84 receiver location with receiver interval of 3 meters. During the experiment we used the vertical geophones first and then removed and replanted the horizontal geophones. The horizontal geophones where inline. The data was acquired using the stratavisor. The receiver location was found using the total station.

The source used in the experiment was hammer. The shots where taken between the receiver locations.


Data Location:

Available on the AGL Datastation: http://datastation.agl.uh.edu. Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Haiti 2013-Seismic, Gravity - Leogane, Haiti

Haiti 2013

General:

Location: Leogane, Haiti

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: Feb, 2013

Data Summary: Seismic 2D2C, GPR

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 3 - Limited


Contributor:

Company: SEG - Geoscientist Without Borders

Website: www.seg.org

Company: Allied Geophysical Laboratories

Website: www.agl.uh.edu


Survey Description:

This expedition was organized by AGL as part of Geoscientists Without Borders. The aim was to image the proposed blind fault Leogaine (Haiti) fan. For this purpose we acquired a 5 Km vertical seismic receiver line with the wacker as the source. An additional 600 meter seismic line was acquired with horizontal receiver. We also surveyed the same area with gravity meter. Additional gravity lines were acquired at Pétionville area and from Jacmel to Léogâne city.


Data Location:

Available on the AGL Datastation: http://datastation.agl.uh.edu. Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Hess Energy Red Sky - 3D3C Seismic - North Dakota, USA

Hess Energy Red Sky

General:

Location: North Dakota, USA

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: 2009

Data Summary: 3C3D Seismic

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart, Dr. Chris Liner

License and Constraints: Level 2 - Confidential


Contributor:

Company: Hess Energy

Website: www.hess.com


Survey Description:

Contains 3D3C data acquired from Red Sky area, North Dakota


Data Location:

Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Hockley Fault 2012 - Seismic, GPR, Gravity - Cypress, Houston, Texas, USA

Hockley Fault 2012

General:

Location: Cypress, Houston, TX, USA

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: March, 2012

Data Summary: Seismic 1C2D (vertical component), GPR, Gravity

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart, Dr. Shuhab Khan

License and Constraints: Level 3 - Limited


Contributor:

Company: Allied Geophysical Laboratories

Website: www.agl.uh.edu


Survey Description:

The survey was carried out at the Hockley fault near the Houston Premium Outlet using the AGL Mini Vibe. The vertical geophone was used as receiver. Number of receiver points was 216 with receiver interval is 5 meters. The shot was done in between the receivers. The location was measured using GPS and Total Station.

GPR and Gravity measurement where also done at the location.


Data Location:

Available on the AGL Datastation: http://datastation.agl.uh.edu. Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Jemez Pueblo 2010 - Seismic, Gravity - Jemez Pueblo, NM, USA

Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico 2010

General:

Location: Pueblo of Jemez Indian reservation in northern central New Mexico.

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: 05/22/2010

Data Summary: Seismic and gravity surveys were conducted. Seismic Source1 (10-lb Hammer) for Seismic refraction Seismic Source2 (Accelerated Weight Drop) for Seismic refraction and near-surface reflections

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 3 - Limited


Contributor:

Company: Allied Geophysical Laboratories

Website: www.agl.uh.edu


Survey Description:

Seismic data were acquired - i) along one 141 m long line using 10-lb hammer and ii) along one 475 m long line using Accelerated Weight Drop. The gravity line was 1440 m long and almost along seismic line.


Data Location:

Available on the AGL Datastation: http://datastation.agl.uh.edu. Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Katy Mammoth 2013 - GPR - Katy, TX, USA

Katy Mammoth 2013

General:

Location: Near Katy, Texas

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: Mar, 2013

Data Summary: GPR

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 3 - Limited


Contributor:

Company: Allied Geophysical Laboratories

Website: www.agl.uh.edu


Survey Description:

GPR surveys were conducted at a Mammoth bone site near Katy, TX. Survey grids using 250 MHz and 1 GHz antennas were acquired over a sand terrace adjacent to the excavation pit. The survey results will guide the ongoing excavation of buried bones. Survey lines also were acquired to determine the lateral extent of the sand package away from the bone site. Finally, a Total Station survey of the survey grid and the bones in the excavation pit was performed.



Data Location:

Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

La Marque 2010 - Seismic, GPR - La Marque, TX, USA

La Marque 2010

General:

Location: La Marque Geophysical Observatory, Near Galveston, Texas

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: 03/18/2010 - 03/19/2010 and 03/28/2010

Data Summary: Seismic and GPR surveys were conducted. Seismic Source1 (10-lb Hammer) for Seismic refraction Seismic Source2 (Accelerated Weight Drop) for Seismic refraction and near-surface reflections

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 3 - Limited


Contributor:

Company: Allied Geophysical Laboratories

Website: www.agl.uh.edu


Survey Description:

Seismic data were acquired - i) along 4 small lines using 10-lb hammer and ii) along one 360 m long line using Accelerated Weight Drop.


Data Location:

Available on the AGL Datastation: http://datastation.agl.uh.edu. Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

La Marque 2012 - Seismic, Gravity, GPR - La Marque, TX, USA

La Marque, 2012

General:

Location: UH Coastal Center, La Marque, Texas, US

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: 03/03/2012 - 03/04/2012

Data Summary: 2D Vertical Seismic, Gravity, GPR

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 3 - Limited


Contributor:

Company: Allied Geophysical Laboratories

Website: www.agl.uh.edu


Survey Description:

The survey was carried out at the UH Coastal Center, La Marque, Houston, TX. The seismic consisted of a 2D line with 192 vertical geophones with 5 meter receiver interval(line length 960 meters). The source used in the experiment was AGL mini vibroseis. The location of the geophones was tracked using the Leica Total Station.

Gravity and GPR was also run along the line of the receiver.


Data Location:

Available on the AGL Datastation: http://datastation.agl.uh.edu. Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Marathon Fort Worth Seismic and Well Data - 3D Seismic, Well logs, Micro seismic, Core Analysis - Fort Worth Basin, TX, USA

Marathon Fort Worth Seismic and Well Data

General:

Location: Fort Worth Basin Seismic, Texas, USA

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date:

Data Summary: 3D Seismic, Well logs, Micro seismic, Core Analysis

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart, Dr. Chris Liner, Dr. John Castagna

License and Constraints: Level 1 - Very Confidential


Contributor:

Company: Marathon Oil Corporation

Website: www.marathonoil.com


Survey Description:

Contains field data, processed gathers, stacked volumes, and support information for Harris and Gleason 3D1C Surveys in Hamilton County, Texas. Various well logs from Duncan Ranch Wells, James Duncan Well, Lake Davis Well and Mesquite well are available. Micro seismic and core analysis data are also provided.


Data Location:

Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Marcellus ( Bradford County) Logs - Well logs - PA, USA

Marcellus (Bradford County) Logs

General:

Location: Bradford county, Pennsylvania, USA

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: 2012

Data Summary: Well logs

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 3 - Limited


Contributor:

Company: Anadarko Petroleum Corporation

Website: www.anadarko.com


Survey Description:

Contains well log data from Bradford county. Logs include caliper, density, sonic log, shear sonic, Gamma, Neutron Porosity, PEF, and resistivity.


Data Location:

Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Marmousi II Dataset - Numerical Model - TX, USA

Marmousi II Dataset

General:

Location: Allied Geophysical Laboratory

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date:

Data Summary: Numerical Model

Contact Professor:

License and Constraints: Public - free to download


Contributor:

Company: Allied Geophysical Laboratories

Website: www.agl.uh.edu

AGL would like to acknowledge Gary S. Martin, Dr Robert Wiley and Kurt J. Marfurt


Survey Description:

The data is the updated and upgraded Marmousi model and data set. Please see the TLE article below for more information.

TLE Article (PDF)


Data Location:

You can download the data at ftp://sheriff.agl.uh.edu/outgoing/Marmousi%20Data/

Montana Field Camp (YBRA) 2010 - 2D2C, 2D3C, Well Logs, VSP, Crosswell, GPS, GPR, Gravity, Magnetic - Red Lodge, MT, USA

Montana Field Camp (YBRA) 2010

General:

Location: Yellowstone Bighorn Research Association Camp and Surrounding Areas, Red Lodge, MT, USA

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: July - Aug 2010

Data Summary: Seismic 2D2C, Seismic 2D3C, Well Logs, VSP, Crosswell, GPS, GPR, Gravity, Magnetic

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 3 - Limited


Contributor:

Company: Allied Geophysical Laboratories

Website: www.agl.uh.edu


Survey Description:

Eight separate full day experiments were held. There were 4 activities per day.


Data Location:

Available on the AGL Datastation: http://datastation.agl.uh.edu. Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Montana Field Camp (YBRA) 2011 - 2D2C, 2D3C, Well Logs, VSP, Crosswell, GPS, GPR, Gravity, Magnetic - Red Lodge, MT, USA

Montana Field Camp (YBRA) 2011

General:

Location: Yellowstone Bighorn Research Association Camp and Surrounding Areas, Red Lodge, MT, USA

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: July - Aug 2011

Data Summary: Seismic 2D2C, Seismic 2D3C, Well Logs, VSP, Crosswell, GPS, GPR, Gravity, Magnetic

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 3 - Limited


Contributor:

Company: Allied Geophysical Laboratories

Website: www.agl.uh.edu


Survey Description:

Eight separate full day experiments were held. There where 4 activities per day.


Data Location:

Available on the AGL Datastation: http://datastation.agl.uh.edu. Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Montana Field Camp (YBRA) 2012 - 2D2C, 2D3C, Well Logs, VSP, Crosswell, LiDAR, GPS, GPR, Gravity, Magnetic, Broadband - Red Lodge, MT, USA

Montana Field Camp (YBRA) 2012

General:

Location: Yellowstone Bighorn Research Association Camp and Surrounding Areas, Red Lodge, MT, USA

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: 07/29/2012 - 08/09/2012 (JD 213-221)

Data Summary: Four activities were conducted each day. Instructors are listed to the right of each activity. Reflection and refraction seismic data are in SEGY format, with borehole seismic measurements in SEGY of SEG2 formats.

LG (LiDAR and GPS) - Bob Wang and UNAVCO

G (gravity, magnetic, total station) - Stuart Hall, Kevin Schmidt

S1 (Seismic refraction: whackers) - Kyle Spikes, Anoop William

S2 (Seismic reflection: vibe) - Jeff Sposato, Bart Hoekstra, Li Chang, Ady Geda

P (GPR) - Kevin Schmit, Susan Green

V (well logging, VSP, xwell) - Anoop William, Jeff Sposato, Rob Stewart

S3 (Seismic reflection: vibe ) - Kyle Spikes, Li Chang, Ady Geda

S4 (Broadband, VMeter, Blastmate) - Bob Wang, Rob Stewart

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 3 - Limited


Contributor:

Company: Allied Geophysical Laboratories

Website: www.agl.uh.edu


Survey Description:

Eight separate full day experiments were held. Each activity was repeated 4 times, by 4 groups of participants. File names are designated by Julian Day of activity (JD 213 - 216 or JD 218 - 221) plus Group identifier (G1 - G4). OB logs & positioning performed by student participants.


Data Location:

Available on the AGL Datastation: http://datastation.agl.uh.edu. Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Montana Field Camp(YBRA) 2013-2D2C, 2D3C, Well Logs, VSP, GPR, Gravity, Magnetic, -Red Lodge, MT, USA

Montana Field Camp (YBRA) 2013

General:

Location: Yellowstone Bighorn Research Association Camp and Surrounding Areas, Red Lodge, MT, USA

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: 08/05/2013 - 08/16/2013

Data Summary: Four activities were conducted each day. Instructors are listed to the right of each activity.

LG (LiDAR and GPS) - Bob Wang and UNAVCO

G (gravity, magnetic, total station) - Eray Kocel, Rob Stewart

S1 (Seismic refraction: impulse) - Kyle Spikes, Anoop William

S2 (Seismic reflection: vibe) - Jeff Sposato, Li, Ady

P (GPR) - Eray Kocel, Long Huang

V (well logging, VSP, xwell) - Anoop William, Rob Stewart

S3 (Seismic reflection: vibe ) - Spikes, Li, Ady Geda

S4 (Broadband, VMeter, Blastmate) - Bob Wang, Rob Stewart

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 3 - Limited


Contributor:

Company: Allied Geophysical Laboratories

Website: www.agl.uh.edu


Survey Description:

Eight separate full day experiments were held. Each activity was repeated 4 times, by 4 groups of participants.


Data Location:

Available on the AGL Datastation: http://datastation.agl.uh.edu. Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Needville Fault 2012 - 2D1C Seismic data, Gravity - Needsville, TX, USA

Needville Fault 2012

General:

Location: Needville, TX, USA

Location Resource: Google Maps | KMZ

Date: 2012

Data Summary: 2D1C Seismic

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 3 - Limited


Contributor:

Company: Allied Geophysical Laboratories

Website: www.agl.uh.edu


Survey Description:

The primary objective of this field camp was to study a fault in the region. We had 192 receiver stations with 5 meter interval. The source used was the AGL minivib. Please see the kmz for geometry.

We also had acquired the gravity reading along the same line.


Data Location:

Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

North Dakota Oil and Gas Division - Subscription Service - ND, USA

North Dakota Oil and Gas Division

General:

Location: North Dakota, USA

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date:

Data Summary: A list of service we have subscribed to is available at https://www.dmr.nd.gov/oilgas/subscriptionservice.asp

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: This is an external service. Need to follow the conditions set by them.


Contributor:

Company: North Dakota Oil and Gas

Website: www.dmr.nd.gov/oilgas/


Survey Description:

A list of service we have subscribed to is available at https://www.dmr.nd.gov/oilgas/subscriptionservice.asp


Data Location:

Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

PGS FlexR III - 3D Seismic - Gulf of Mexico

PGS FlexR III

General:

Location: Gulf of Mexico

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date:

Data Summary: 3D Seismic

Contact Professor: Dr. Paul Mann, Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 1 - Very Confidential


Contributor:

Company: Petroleum Geo-Services

Website: www.pgs.com/


Survey Description:

PGS' FlexR III reprocessing project provides an updated inventory of detailed 3D seismic imaging over the Flex Trend - data that are ideal for deep objectives. Imaging at depth, enhanced fault definition, and better salt and subsalt imaging are achieved through detailed velocity modeling and true amplitude, bending-ray Kirchhoff prestack time migration.

The data includes:

  • 3D Kirchhoff prestack time migration January 2004
  • 48-fold prestack time migrated gathers
  • Velocity model
  • Angles stacks
  • Offset stacks

Data Location:

Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Pierce Junction 2011 - 2D2C, Gravity - Pierce Junction, TX, USA

Pierce Junction 2011

General:

Location: Pierce Junction, TX, USA

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: 2011

Data Summary: Seismic 2D2C, Gravity

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 2 - Confidential


Contributor:

Company: Texas Brine Corporation

Website: www.texasbrine.com

Company: Allied Geophysical Laboratories

Website: www.agl.uh.edu


Survey Description:

This 2D2C data was acquired by AGL at Pierce Junction. The line was deployed at 595meters in the beginning and then we rotated the first 360 to the end so as to get a total length of 955. The receiver interval was 5 meters. The receiver location was surveyed using total station and GPS.

The source used was the AGL mini vibroseis.


Data Location:

Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

RMOTC Dataset-Well Log, Core Data, Seismic, GIS Data - Leogane, Haiti

RMOTC Datasets

General:

Location:

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: Feb, 2013

Data Summary: Seismic 2D2C, GPR

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints:


Contributor:

Company: U.S Department of Energy

Website: www.energy.gov


Survey Description:

This dataset is provided for scientific research, testing, demonstration and training by the US Department of Energy. This non proprietary data contains seismic, well log, core and GIS data.

Please visit http://www.rmotc.doe.gov/datasets.html for detailed information about the datasets.



Data Location:

There is two way to access the data. You can either contact RMOTC directly at the link above and they would be sending you the access details directly. Otherwise you can get the permission from the 'Contact Professor' and then sent an email to awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Robertson Geologging Well Logging Technology Course Material - Well logging course materials - USA

Robertson Geologging Well Logging Technology Course Material

General:

Location: USA

Location Resource:

Date:

Data Summary: Well logging course material

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 2 - Confidential


Contributor:

Company: Robertson Geologging Well Logging Technology

Website: www.geologging.com


Survey Description:

Contains materials from a geologging course conducted by Robertson Geologging.


Data Location:

Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Seabird Seatrial OBN Survey - 3D4C Ocean Bottom Seismic Data - Gulf of Mexico, USA

Seabird Seatrial OBN Survey

General:

Location: Gulf of Mexico, USA

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: 2009

Data Summary: 3D4C ocean bottom seismic data

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 2 - Confidential


Contributor:

Company: Seabird Exploration

Website: www.sbexp.com


Survey Description:

OBN survey done at Atlantis field, Gulf of Mexico. The purpose of the survey was to test the node systems. It one 2D receiver line with 48 shot lines.


Data Location:

Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Texas Brine Salt Dome 2010 - Check-shot Survey and Offset VSP - Matagorda, TX, USA

Texas Brine Salt Dome 2010

General:

Location: Matagorda, TX, USA

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: April, 2007

Data Summary: Check-shot survey and Offset VSP.

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 2 - Confidential


Contributor:

Company: Texas Brine Corporation

Website: www.texasbrine.com


Survey Description:

Data obtained from the check-shot survey and an offset VSP survey in one of the well owned by Texas Brine. The objective of the check shot survey was to find the time-depth information and to image the salt flank.


Data Location:

Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.

Utah 2013-2D Seismic, GPR-Hanksville, Utah, USA

Utah 2013

General:

Location: Hanksville, UT, USA

Location Resource: Google Maps

Date: July and August 2013

Data Summary: 2D vertical seismic, 2D horizontal seismic, GPR

Contact Professor: Dr. Robert R. Stewart

License and Constraints: Level 3 - Limited


Contributor:

Company: Allied Geophysical Laboratories

Website: www.agl.uh.edu/


Survey Description:

The survey was carried out at northwest of Hanksville, Utah. We shot a 2D, 720-meter line with our IVI mini-vibe configured as a horizontal shaker. The S-wave test used the minivibe shaking in a crossline direction with a 40 -280 Hz sweep over 12 seconds. Ten 24-channel Geodes recorded a total of 240 horizontal (cross-line) geophones at one time and then first half part of the line were moved to the end to have more coverage. Vibe points were on every other station at 2 m intervals. The location was measured using GPS.

We also did a short 2D line with a vertical wacker and vertical geophones. GPR reading was also done at the location.


Data Location:

Available on the AGL Datastation: http://datastation.agl.uh.edu. Once you have got permission from the 'Contact Professor', please contact awillia3@central.uh.edu for access.


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