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Abstract

Combining seismic data in a joint processing has several interests as complementary information and constrains on the sub-surface are available. For instance, surface and borehole seismic data integrated in joint tomography lead to intrinsic well-tie of reflection seismic, and allow anisotropy estimation. Joint tomography of reflected and refracted arrivals better determines near-surface models and consequently improves deep imaging. Accounting for reflections, diffractions plus transmissions in cross-hole tomography increases the resolution of velocity models.

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2009-06-08
2020-07-07
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