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Abstract

Common-reflection surface stacking is a time-processing technique for seismic reflection data that improves signal-to-noise at the cost of along-dip resolution. The theory is based on summations across multi-dimensional pre-stack reflections, but the noise reduction benefits can be realized with a purely post-stack process. Dip and azimuth information derived from this post-stack process can yield an improved velocity analysis.

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2006-06-12
2020-07-13
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