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Abstract

Seismic reflection data provide traveltimes and amplitudes of seismic waves. Current processing and interpretation are, however, almost totally based on traveltime measurements. This is easy to understand as traveltimes possess the robustness and stability attributes required to the implementation of most seismic data manipulations. Amplitudes of primary reflection arrivals are strongly related to angular dependent refiection coefficients and, if properly processed, may be of great interpretational value.

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1991-05-28
2020-10-30
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