1. n. [Geology]
A connection of points from well to well in which the data suggest that the points were deposited at the same time (chronostratigraphic) or have similar and related characteristics.
Alternate Form: correlate
See: chronostratigraphy, geomagnetic polarity reversal, paleontology, sequence, sequence stratigraphy
2. n. [Geophysics]
The comparison of seismic waveforms in the time domain, similar to coherence in the frequency domain.
See: autocorrelation, check-shot survey, crosscorrelation, frequency domain, pick, polarity, tie, time domain, two-dimensional survey, waveform
3. n. [Reservoir Characterization]
A positive relationship between data samples that implies a connection or a relationship between them.