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Abstract

Astrong impedance contrast, such as the base of the Cretaceous in the North Sea, generates a train of high amplitude water bottom peg legs which can heavily obscure the underlying less energetic reflections, often of great petroleum interest. Attenuation of these peg legs, a prerequisite for defining the structural image, is a persistent and difficult problem in processing the seismic data.

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1991-05-28
2020-10-30
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