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Abstract

Until quite recently, multicomponent recording has been a minor part of the seismic market, and systems have required expensive and time consuming adaptation to facilitate 4-C recording (three component velocity plus a pressure transducer). The cost and inconvenience of these adaptations has lead to a cost premium in 4-C. As the value of 4-C is becoming apparent, from numerous experimental surveys, it is now time to rethink some of the basic system design concepts to address the practicalities of efficient 4-C recording.

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1998-06-08
2024-05-22
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