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Webinar on demand: Understanding the Wheeler Diagram

Learn what is a Wheeler diagram and why are they usefull.

Petroleum Geology
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Session Code : PEWEB015
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The Wheeler diagram is a type of chronostratigraphic chart and is one of the fundamental instruments available in the geologists' toolkit that is used to understand spatiotemporal relationships of strata. Over the last four decades, these diagrams have continued to improve due to advances in seismic technology.

What Will You Learn

    In this webinar, Maarten will share with you his experience as an Exploration Geologist of more than 35+ years. He has distilled his knowledge into this webinar, which may give you the edge that you have been looking for.

    • What is a Wheeler diagram or Time Rock Synopsis
    • Why are they useful?
    • How are they linked to seismic and sequence stratigraphy?
    • Making your own Wheeler diagram and combine chrono and lithostratigraphy

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