EMRP1.6Emergent and New Challenges in Rock Physics | PICO
|Convener: Sid-Ali Ouadfeul | Co-Conveners: Leila Aliouane , Ahmed Khalil|
/ Tue, 14 Apr, 15:30–17:00
Understanding of the rock physics has becoming an important issue; it can help in many fields in geosciences. For example, in geophysics rocks acoustic impedance can be used for seismic data interpretation, measured perophysical parameters have an important role in hydrocarbons research.
In geomagnetism, the measured rock remnance can help in data interpretation and mining research. In geology, the measured rock stress can be used for well-bore stability, understanding of rock failure and in exploration of unconventional hydrocarbons resources.
In seismology and seismotectonic the measured/calculated in-situ stress can be used for natural hazards prevention and prediction.
Submitted abstracts sould be related to the following topics and other relevant researches related to rock physics:
-Laboratory rock physics methods and analyses
-Rock physics and mining researches
-Rock physics of reservoir rocks
-Carbonate rock physics
-Rock physics for unconventional and fractured rocks
-Mudrock rock physics and application to pore pressure prediction
-Rock physics for 4D
–reservoir and non-reservoir modeling
-Numerical and theoretical rock physics models and anisotropy
-Upscaling and integration – bringing lab and well to the seismic