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Abstract

Several recent advances in land seismic acquisition equipment and software have encouraged the exploration geophysicists to reconsider the potential benefits of energetic low frequencies for geophysical applications such as imaging beneath high velocity and highly absorbing formations, deep imaging, inversion of surface waves to characterize the near-surface elastic properties, velocity model estimation in geophysically complex areas and acoustic impedance inversion. We briefly review the more relevant advances in land seismic acquisition and present their application to a recently acquired 3D seismic survey over the Minagish field in Kuwait.

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2008-06-09
2020-10-26
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