Abstract

This paper contains a brief description of the general factors governing choice of recording media; a description of the instrumentation employed in wave analysis studies; a review of some of the factors involved in the generation of seismic waves and their propagation; and a few examples of wave separation to illustrate some of the points discussed and their application to seismic exploration. The results of these studies demonstrate that instrumentation of this type is of advantage in those areas where frequency discrimination can improve the signal/interference ratio.

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