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Abstract

There is a strong resurgence and renewed interest in the study of anisotropy. Most of the excellent research involves the theoretical aspects, studying anisotropy in flat lying beds, or using shear wave anisotropy in fracture detection. It is natural and fitting that anisotropy research is performed in the depth domain. However, most depth imaging is performed in complex structural environments, typically for thrustbelt or subsalt imaging. Therefore, truly practical depth imaging which attempts to correct for anisotropic affects must deal with dipping anisotropic geologie formations.

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1998-06-08
2020-07-09
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