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Abstract

High-resolution reflection seismic techniques are powerful tools for mapping shallow geological structures (Steeples and Miller, 1990; Lanz et aL, 1996). During the past decade, the quality of seismic data has improved significantly. This improvement can be ascribed to a better understanding of shallow seismic techniques and significant developments in technology. These advances not only have improved the data quality and increased the ability to record very high-fold data, but they also have increased significantly the logistical complexity of a typical shallow seismic survey; many more geophones now have to be planted and higher shot densities are required.

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1997-08-09
2020-10-27
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