Frequency Decomposition and RGB blending are commonly used to aid seismic interpretation. This EAGE lecture by Gaynor Paton (GeoTeric) looks at the three main methods of frequency decomposition and discusses the relative advantages of each technique. It also covers some short case studies showing how the correct technique should be used depending on the interpretation objective.
The lecture also covers RGB blending and how this can be used to understand and interpret the frequency response volumes.
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