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Abstract

Wind noise, traffic noise, and non-stationary impulsive noise seriously degrade the quality of non-explosive seismic data in many regions. Vertical stacking in the field or two-dimensional noise suppression procedures (such as FK) at the processing stage can not attenuate high-amplitude noise of the mentioned types. At the same time, non-stationary noise can be efficiently removed at the stage of data acquisition by diversity stacking. This procedure does not distort the initial relative amplitudes of the signal and consequently can be recommended for wide adoption. The parameters of the diversity stacking should be selected during the field trials

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2012-09-10
2021-09-24
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