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Abstract

The ability of seismic techniques to accurately map the position of faults at depth is a vital component in many fields of exploration, notably for hydrocarbon and coal production, but also for civil engineering applications and in deep crustal studies. Invariably, however, difficulties occur regarding the resolution of small faults, and the accurate positioning of faults lying in the vicinity of complex velocity models.

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1995-05-29
2021-06-15
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