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Seismic data capable of showing a three dimensional image of the reservoir. Strictly, 3-D is a closely spaced grid of 2-D seismic lines with interpolation to create a seismic cube. The cube can be sliced vertically to create 2-D lines or sliced horizontally to create time views of the traveling signal.
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