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P334 Application of the Common Reflection Surface (CRS) Stack to Crustal Reflection Data M. Yoon* (Universität Hamburg) M. Baykulov (Universität Hamburg) S. Dümmong (Universität Hamburg) H.J. Brink (Universität Hamburg) & D. Gajewski (Universität Hamburg) SUMMARY Seismic reflection data acquired in the North German Basin in the early 80ies were released recently by the exploration industry. These data sets were reprocessed with the focus on imaging local salt structures as well as crustal and deeper features using the Common Reflection Surface (CRS) stack method. The CRS stack is an automatic three-parametric stacking method which does not require an explicit knowledge of

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2007-06-11
2020-09-28
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