Abstract

Recent developments in northeastern Colorado and southwestern Nebraska have resulted in a marked increase in seismic activity within the Denver-Julesburg Basin.The low relief of many of the subsurface structures, coupled with the extraneous effects of weathered zone, elevation changes, surface deposits, and velocity variation taxes the resolving power of the seismic method and the interpretative ability of the geophysicist.

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