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6: Multicomponent Interpretation Techniques

January 01, 1991

Ideally, simultaneous interpretation of multicomponent seismic data begins with near perfect processing, where perfect processing causes any differences between two data sets to relate solely to the subsurface rock properties. Thus, the interpretation is an evaluation of the geologic factors creating the differences in the subsurface response to the two different types of seismic waves.

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Investigations in Geophysics

Multicomponent Seismology in Petroleum Exploration

R.H Tatham
R.H Tatham
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M.D McCormack
M.D McCormack
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Society of Exploration Geophysicists
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January 01, 1991




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