Three-dimensional (3-D) seismic reflection surveys have been the subject of much recent interest. However, use of the seismic refraction technique (Musgrave, 1967) in 3-D analyses should also be of considerable utility even though homogeneous layers separated by planar interfaces (not necessarily parallel or horizontal) must be assumed in most applications. A particular advantage of the refraction method is the straightforward determination of velocities.

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