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Abstract

The spectral shaping imposed by source and receiver ghosts is well understood. As guns and cables move to shallower depths, the low-frequency content of seismic data is increasingly attenuated and consequently, the average amplitude of the band-limited signal decreases. This phenomenon has become more apparent with the current trend of preserved amplitude processing which tends to exclude automated scaling and short-gap predictive deconvolution. True amplitude survey merging or reservoir monitoring will therefore be in jeopardy if the different vintage data do not have the same source or streamer depth.

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1995-05-29
2020-12-06
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