Hugo Seiti Yamassaki

Hugo Seiti Yamassaki
Universidade Federal do Paraná | UFPR · Department of Geology

Master of Science

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Introduction
Geologist with expertise on Stratigraphy, Sedimentary Petrology, Basin Analysis, and Petroleum Geology, have worked with seismic and well log interpretation.

Publications

Publications (5)
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Deep-sea fans are the terminal sinks of clastic sediment, nutrients and pollutants produced in continental landmasses. They are also major targets for oil and gas on continental margins. Several recent studies have applied seismic geomorphology to delineate deep-sea fans, however, most of them describe a relatively short period of the geologic time...
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No sul do Paraná e boa parte do estado de Santa Catarina aflora uma sucessão de arenitos e ritmitos de idade eopermiana, cuja gênese está relacionada à ação de correntes de turbidez. Esses depósitos foram identificados por Salamuni e colaboradores em 1966, sendo assim os primeiros turbiditos descritos no Brasil. No entanto, esse trabalho pioneiro t...
Conference Paper
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Seismic geomorphology has shown to be a powerful tool to assess deep-water systems, allowing to characterize the geometry and composition of depositional elements and to reconstruct erosion, transport and deposition. However, this approach has been applied mainly to describe a relatively short period of the depositional time, preventing the interpr...
Poster
Introdução Pedra Sobre Pedra: Construindo o Conhecimento em Geociências Materiais e Métodos O Projeto Pedra sobre pedra: construindo o conhecimento em Geociências atua desde o ano 2012 e objetiva a divulgação das Ciências da Terra e o desenvolvimento de atividades lúdico-pedagógicas como complemento motivacional para a aprendizagem. O foco do proje...

Questions

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Some seismic interpretation software has a tool called "horizon cube" or "horizon stack" or "horizon grinding", which is basically the same. Consists of virtually auto-interpreted seismic horizons in a volume, which can be better adjusted if you input interpreted horizons previously.
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Some seismic attributes are not the same for volume and surface input. So I would like to know if is possible to apply a volume seismic attribute to a surface.

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