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Abstract

An experimental refraction survey in the Heletz-Negba area, Israel, has revealed the existence of five discrete velocity interfaces. Possibly only one shallow interface bears any structural significance.

Correlation of refraction results with measured and computed gravity, electric logs, well velocity data, and stratigraphy has conclusively identified the deeper interface as representing the boundary of lithofaces between shales and underlying higher velocity limestone.

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