Abstract

Mapping of faults has previously presented great difficulties for the reflection method. These difficulties have often arisen from a confused reflection pattern, rather than from entire absence of reflections near the fault. The use of the Geo-sonograph in making a directional analysis of such confused patterns is described, and illustrated with several examples of faults located and mapped by this method.

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