Larry Lines

University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada 
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Sharma RK, Chopra S, Lines L. (2020) Seismic reservoir characterization of Bone Spring and Wolfcamp formations in the Delaware Basin: challenges and uncertainty in characterization using rock physics – a case study: Part - 2 Interpretation. 1-51
Javanbakhti A, Lines L, Gray D. (2019) Empirical modeling of the saturated shear modulus in oil sandsEmpirical modeling of μsat in oil sands Geophysics. 84
Weir R, Poulin A, Igonin N, et al. (2018) Focal-time estimation: A new method for stratigraphic depth control of induced seismicity Seg Technical Program Expanded Abstracts
Sharma RK, Chopra S, Keay J, et al. (2018) Seismic reservoir characterization of Utica-Point Pleasant shale with efforts at fracability evaluation — Part 2: A case study Interpretation. 6
Alam M, Makoon-Singh S, Embleton J, et al. (2017) Interpretation of geologic facies in seismic volume using key rock elastic properties and high-definition facies templates Interpretation. 5
Watson IA, Lines LR, Brittle KF. (2016) Heavy-oil reservoir characterization using elastic wave properties The Leading Edge. 21: 736-739
Alam M, Ibna-Hamid L, Embleton J, et al. (2015) Synthetic core from conventional logs: A new method of interpretation for identification of key reservoir properties Interpretation. 3: SA1-SA14
Shamsa A, Lines L. (2015) Effect of oil composition on fluid substitution in heavy oil reservoirs Geophysical Prospecting. 63: 422-441
Lines L, Wong J, Innanen K, et al. (2014) Research Note: Experimental measurements of Q-contrast reflections Geophysical Prospecting. 62: 190-195
Riazi N, Lines L, Russell B. (2014) Cold heavy oil reservoir characterization by time-lapse seismic inversion, a case study Society of Petroleum Engineers - Spe Heavy Oil Conference Canada 2014. 2: 1410-1426
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