This work is dedicated to the studying of algorithms of time-spectral analysis of seismic data. The<br>main objectives of this work are expanding of theoretical base and development of quantitative interpretation<br>of the depth frequency content variation.<br>Widening of range of application of this method and its in-depth theoretical justification gives us<br>ability to draw conclusions about structure of formations consisting of thin layers when wave-length<br>exciding their thickness many times.<br>This research was carried out using geological and geophysical data studied in the network of the<br>regional interpretation project of sedimentary basins located in the southwest India<br>The terrigene post-Miocene sediments were of the main interest for our research. This thickness is<br>interesting due to the abundance of buried cannel systems located in it. These channels are considered to be<br>prospective hydrocarbon reservoirs.


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