E030 An Analysis of Seismic Information Obtained from Crooked Line Seismic Surveys in Crystalline Rocks Australia M. Urosevic* (Curtin University of Technology) & C. Juhlin (Uppsala University) SUMMARY Exploration for mineral deposits in hard rock environments is typically quite difficult because of the regolith and crystalline rock complexities. In addition inaccessibility and mine site restrictions including native title issues in Australia result in seismic surveys which are crooked and not favourably directed with respect to the dominant structural trend. Standard crooked line data processing produces in most cases clear images revealing a wealth of structural information to an interpreter. Yet


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