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Abstract

ling software for the surface-subsurface integration. The joint analysis of Rayleigh wave data with satellite imagery provides a near surface structural geologic model, which can be interpreted for shallow drilling risks related to fault outcrops. The suite of near surface geological products – Rayleigh wave velocity mapping, short offset rayparameter interferometry and shallow fault mapping – is enabled by the acquisition, processing and interpretation of point-receiver seismic data. For the first time detailed structural geology comprising faults and lithology changes was imaged in the near surface, a data regime that is conventionally contaminated by the seismic acquisition footprint.<br>

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2010-06-13
2020-04-06
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