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Abstract

High Resolution Seismic reflection for shallow applications is a technique that has matured over the past 15 years. Today, large HRS surveys are being recorded for a variety of geological targets. In this presentation we will discuss important aspects of a large 2D High Resolution Seismic survey. The survey is located in the Northern part of Germany and consists of over 200 km of 2D-seismic profile. This is very likely the largest 2D HRS survey acquired to date. The geological target is located mostly between 50 m and 400 m depth, sometimes down to about 1 km and consists of the upper part of a Zechstein salt diapar and related sediment overburden. Reflections from sediments on both flanks of the salt dome are recorded up to 1 s two-way traveltime.

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1995-05-29
2021-06-15
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