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Abstract

Summary

An integrated workflow for near-surface characterization and statics computation has been presented. The Simultaneous Joint Inversion of seismic refracted and surface waves together with the MT measurement proved to be a robust modeling approach in the area, which outperformed the seismic-only refraction tomographic capabilities in the presence of complex near surface geology. The statics computation based on the SJI model also provided a more geological solution granting a higher quality of the seismic stack image.

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2017-06-12
2020-04-02
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