Abstract

By means of existing data on the density of rocks, it is shown that reflection coefficients of seismic waves, calculated from velocities alone, often differ greatly from the actual values. Data on a large number of density discontinuities have been tabulated, and the true reflection coefficients calculated for six cases in which velocities are also known.

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