Abstract

The Poulter seismic method is outlined and an analysis is made of the frequency distribution of seismic energy from different sources. The effect of different sources upon the directivity of the energy in the ground and the improvement that can be obtained in signal-to-noise ratio is discussed. Three different methods are described for controlling the frequency of the seismic impulses being introduced into the ground and the resulting improvement in the quality of records is illustrated. The almost complete elimination of multiple reflections by the method is indicated.

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