Abstract

An instrument is described by means of which reflection data may be rapidly and accurately plotted in the case that the velocity is assumed to increase linearly with depth. Lengths corresponding to the radius of the wave-front circle and the depth of its center are obtained directly from observed reflection times by means of suitable scales attached to the device. Reflection data can be plotted either by dip units, or by the envelope method.

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