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Abstract

Offshore hydrocarbon exploration utilizes various remote sensing techniques in order to<br>increase the knowledge about the subsurface before drilling decisions are made. Seismic<br>exploration is by far the most common tool and uses acoustic and elastic waves to map<br>boundaries between subsurface layers with contrasting P- and S-wave velocities. Seismic data<br>can provide relatively high-resolution information about geological structures and possible<br>hydrocarbon traps.

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2008-06-09
2020-08-12
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