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Abstract

Due to its relatively high sensitivity to the distribution of elastic parameters, the seismic technique is quite suitable for geotechnical subsurface investigations. However, practical implementation of the P-wave exploration technique for soft-soil and shallow-groundwater conditions, as often encountered in the Netherlands, may often prove problematic; the highimpedance contrast at the groundwater table may induce strong reverberations and guided waves, resulting in a distortion of the seismic record at shallow depth. The use of buried sources may be of some advantage, but at the cost of a considerable decrease in the speed of operation.

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1997-08-09
2020-07-09
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