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Abstract

In recent years 3D surveys have become progressively larger and more complex. In marine environments, multi-line acquisition has become the norm, with up to sixteen subsurface lines being collected simultaneously. On land, 3D is used in harsher areas requiring irregular geometries and mixed source and receiver types. In both cases, careful attention is required during the initialisation of 3D geometry data to ensure the optimum performance of processes such as CMS, OMO and multiple attenuation.

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1991-05-28
2020-11-30
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