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Summary

Seismic reflection data of the part of seismic line AEG-1 which crosses Folegandros basin in the south-central Aegean has been processed in order to image structures within this basin. The processing sequence included band-pass filtering for noise suppression, velocity analysis, tau-p filtering for multiple attenuation, zero phase deconvolution and post stack migration techniques. The seismic reflection method at Folegandros basin provided information about the geological structures at intermediate depths which is possibly related to tectonic elements and structures at greater depth. The evolution of Folegandros basin is explained by the action of wrench tectonics which can contribute to the understanding of multi - direction crustal- extension in the area.

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2015-10-05
2020-07-05
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