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Abstract

During the past ten years the development and deployment of sleeve airguns and water guns have significantly improved the high frequency content on the final seismic section with a consequent gain in resolution. A critical issue is to what extent the industry's quest for improved high frequency has resulted in loss of low frequency energy and a reduction in penetration. This paper uses a simple theoretical model to examine the compromises, and illustrates the conclusion using results from seismic surveys.

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1991-05-28
2022-08-16
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