The Geological Interpretation of Well Logs 2nd Ed. (1999)
This revised and rewritten edition presents an account of the various open-hole log tools and the data they generate. In particular, it provides a comprehensive geological interpretation of the derived data enabling the geologist to capitalize fully upon well data. Early chapters consider each of the principal open-hole logging tools and measurements made are discussed in terms of simple theory and acquisition of data. The geological interpretation is then described, with examples in the book being taken from all around the world, although many originate from the North Sea.