Figure 29 shows the resulting changes in velocity. In the center of the pattern, at the steam injector, the velocity decreases by up to 800 m/s after 19 months of steam injection. Assuming an interval velocity of 2.0 km/s for the reservoir, this velocity contrast works out to be -40%, which is exactly what was predicted by the steamflood model and core data! To the west of the injector, the velocity initially increases by about 400 m/s, which is about +20%. Again, this is exactly what was predicted for the pressure front in the absence of heat. At 13 and 19 months (monitors 4 and 5), the pressure front loses some of its velocity contrast, probably due to heating from the expanding steam zone. On the east side, a 100-200 m/s velocity increase (+5-10%) is consistent with an annulus of hot water. Beyond that, the reservoir changes very little until the fifth survey where a velocity decrease of 200 m/s (-10%) seems to indicate heat has just arrived.