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B007 SHALLOW GAS IN THE BALTIC SEA FROM A VHR 2.5-D SEISMIC VIEW 1 C. MÜLLER Inst. for Geosciences Dep. of Geophysics Kiel-University Otto-Hahn-Platz 1 24118 Kiel Germany Summary This case history demonstrates the feasibility of acquiring processing and interpreting a shallow marine very high resolution 2.5-D seismic cube. A simple processing sequence (“brute stack cube”) based on only nominal knowledge about acquisition geometry revealed complex small scale geological strucutres on time slices and by interpretation. An extensive shallow gas field hosted in Holocene unconsolidated sediments is mapped Site location and acquisition concept In the Northern German Basin salt tectonics

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2004-09-06
2020-06-05
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