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A17 EXPERIENCES PROCESSING TWO SIMILAR BUT DIFFERENT LAND 3D-3C MEMS SURVEYS Abstract 1 Historically land multicomponent (MC) surveys results have been mixed resulting in an industry perception that embarking on MC projects is a risky and expensive endeavor. Although geology has often played a role sub-optimal equipment acquisition design and processing have also contributed to this perception. The advent of high vector fidelity 3-component MEMS-based land acquisition systems has sparked renewed interest in learning how to utilize the recorded vector wave field not only for converted-wave (C-wave) imaging but also for improved P-wave imaging. In this article we review our

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2005-09-05
2020-06-05
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