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Abstract

P052 DUAL INTERPRETATION FOR 2D REFRACTION DATA Abstract 1 Interpretation of seismic refraction profiles is highly sensitive to velocity variations especially in the case of complex near surface areas. Most of the common methods are very lax toward these sharp shallow changes. A good consideration to formulas that are established by Palmer (1980) will result in more precise location and depth of near surface anomalies. In the new method which can be called “Dual Interpretation”; location and depths of a near surface anisotropy (Which is a water canal in this case) can be calculated from time-depth and depth contours respectively.

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2004-09-06
2020-07-16
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