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Summary

The development of renewable energy resources in a marine environment needs to consider the seabed geological conditions that will control the safe development of seabed installations and cable corridors. In shallow marine environments, surface and guided waves present in ocean-bottom sensor and streamer seismic data acquired for deep exploration are considered a source of information that can be exploited by a variety of well-established geophysical solutions for characterizing the seabed. Here, we discuss a workflow for the analysis and joint inversion of surface and guided waves, and we list derived shallow parameters that can provide critical information to project proponents and regulators for the safe development of marine renewable energy.

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2022-11-07
2024-06-22
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