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Abstract

Reflection seismic recordings always contain noise, a large part of which is the Rayleigh-wave energy, the so-called ground-roll, This holds especially for shallow seismics. Due to the short offsets involved the ground-roll dominates the recordings and masks the reflections carrying the information about the shallow boundaries (for an example see Fig.1).

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1998-09-14
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