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Abstract

Recently, a new method for detecting shallow subsurface objects utilizing the waves diffracted by these objects has been proposed. The method suggests that every subsurface point is a possible location of a point diffractor. Imaging of the diffractors is performed by stacking seismic energy in 3D space. The result of the imaging is a 3D volume in which prominent diffraction anomalies appear at spatial locations close to the target objects. <br>Application of the method is illustrated by a synthetic example and three case studies demonstrating imaging of various subsurface objects under various geological conditions.<br>

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2006-10-16
2020-11-28
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