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Abstract

Lateral velocity variation and dipping anisotropy in<br>the overburden cause imaging and position problems on<br>seismic images in thrust belt environments like the<br>Andes. Anisotropic depth migration has the greatest<br>potential to provide the clearest seismic image and most<br>accurate lateral position of subsurface reflectors in<br>thrust-belt environments.

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2006-09-24
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