The velocity model of Figure 31 shows that the steam zone has expanded outwards to a width of perhaps 60 m. Heating and steam saturation has increased near the injector since the velocity has decreased an additional 5% since the last monitor. This heating appears to have propagated about 25 m outward to the west, and less to the east. The pressure front is still intact, and the polarity reversal along the base of the P formation seems complete (Figure 35). Reflections from the steam zones at the top of the P formation, bottom, and K formation appear stronger than at 2 months, indicating higher steam saturation values. The time slice of Figure 38 shows that the steam zone has remained about the same radial dimensions as at 2 months. The temperature monitor wells indicate that a small amount of heat has arrived to the west, but none to the east.