A salt dome is a familiar example of a three-dimensional (3-D) geologic structure. Surprisingly, most of the literature devoted to the investigation of salt domes deals only with cross-sectional views of the domes. This is particularly true for seismic work. A notable exception is the work of French (1974) which discusses inaccuracies in focusing introduced by performing two-dimensional (2-D) migration of data obtained over a 3-D model structure.

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