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Dear Malcom Rider I am studying the text and illustration of Figure 10.26, chapter 10 page 202 from your book 'geological interpretation of well logging'. I hope I have understood it correct and that you have a misspelling. When pore fluid can't be expelled anymore and become overpressured, then compaction become reversal, and the bulk density must therefore decrease. But you have stated that the bulk density increase. Which is correct, please?
I came across Doctor Riders works when conducting research on rural Scotland and I would be interested to know if he did some of his Doctorate research in the west coast of Ireland in the late 60's
Malcolm, I'd like to add something on depth determination. This measurement is vastly misunderstood and not very well determined, industry-wide. I'd be happy to add to contribute to this, and help with adding some fundamentals and pointers. I have been using your book, also in the training i organized, since it first came out. It would be good to have an opportunity to contribute. Contact me if you think that this might be of use.
I am Professor Aziz's editorial assistant at Harvard. Prof Aziz is working on an energy tech textbook and he would like to include 2 figures from your book "The Geological Interpretation of Well Logs".
Please send me an email so we can get in touch about permissions. Thank you for your help.
Editorial assistant to Professor Aziz
My name's Tuti, undergraduate student physics study program from Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia
I would like to request your permission to use pictures or graphs from your book that has title "The Geological Interpretation of well logs" as my reference thesis. My thesis concerns about petrophysics analysis of coalbed methane reservoir. If you give me a permission that would be very helpful me to finish my study. Thank you very much.