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Abstract

Inner structure of Dallackau landslide has become the focus of investigations for evaluation of possible damage. Geoscientists have to cope with different types of faults and breaks when looking at seismic sections. We showed the potential of the homogeneous function method for use in interpretation of refraction data of engineering seismic line running across the Dallackau Landslide located in Northern Caucasus (Russia). The resulting seismic section is much more detailed than that provided by the traditional method (previous models for these lines). New sections involve different faults and thrusts, even though the new section and the previous model are identical on the average. The purpose of this paper is to summarize how the faults can be identified from 2D seismic images by demonstrating some of the sections through the Dallackau Landslide.

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2006-06-12
2020-07-05
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