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Abstract

The amplitude of a seismic wavefront travelling through a heterogeneous rock matrix decreases due to (1) absorption or intrinsic attenuation, i.e. conversion of seismic energy to heat, and (2) apparent attenuation by scattering, i.e . transfer of seismic energy to later arrival times and other propagation directions. For a lithologic interpretation of seismic data it is highly desireable to separate both effects, for example by analyzing VSP or cross-hole data.

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1993-06-08
2020-03-31
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