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Chapter 14: Correlation Using Triaxial Data from Multiple Stations in the Presence of Coherent Noise

M. J. Rutty
M. J. Rutty
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S. A. Greenhalgh
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January 01, 1999

14.1 Introduction

Polarization analysis of single station multicomponent seismic data has been performed with success by several researchers (Montalbetti and Kanasewich, 1970; Vidale, 1986; Flinn, 1965; Esmersoy, 1984; Magotra et al., 1987). The technique has two major objectives: (1) to devise filters to distinguish between events with different modes of vibration (e.g., P- and S-waves versus Rayleigh waves) and (2) to provide a means of estimating the direction of particle motion for use in seismic direction finding.

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Geophysical Developments Series

Covariance Analysis for Seismic Signal Processing

Society of Exploration Geophysicists
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January 01, 1999




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