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IM-03 SURFACE MULTIPLE REMOVAL: CURRENT STATUS AND NEW CHALLENGES D.J. VERSCHUUR 1 E.J. VAN DEDEM 1 and R.G. VAN BORSELEN 2 1 Delft University of Technology Centre for Technical Geoscience Lab. of Acoustic Imaging and Sound Control PO Box 5046 2600 GA Delft The Netherlands 2 PGS Seres London Summary The surface-related multiple removal method has proven to be successful on a large number of data cases. It is becoming one of the standard tools being applied by several companies. One of the major shortcomings in the current implementation is that a 2-D assumption is made. Currently several attempts are

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2001-06-11
2020-09-28
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