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- © Elsevier Science 1984
- 1st March 1984
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@qu:Serra has written a major reference work which is unusually well-organized, well-illustrated, and information-rich... If volume 2 is as thorough and exacting in detail as volume 1, it will do much toward furthering geologists' knowledge of well logging. @source: AAPG Bulletin @qu:A truly magnificent exposition of the current state-of-the-art in well logging... I have never seen anything like it in terms of completeness, clarity of explanation, illustration, and ease of locating all of the necessary details of information. It is a must for anyone working in this field or for any company using logs in its operations... In other words, if you are dealing with logs, this is it. Highly recommended. @source: Geophysics @from:T.E. Owne @qu:This Volume 1 is no doubt a useful part of the two volume set on the subject of fundamentals of well log interpretation. The present limited access to such a collection of information on the combined subjects of logging measurements and log analysis justifies its acquisition by students and those entering the profession at any level. @source:Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering
Former Chef du Service Dhgraphies Differkes a la Direction Exploration de la SNEA (P), Pau, France Geological Interpretation Development Manager, Schlum berger Technical Services Inc., Singapore
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