Abstract

Examples are presented showing the effect of charge size on: the ratio of the amplitude of reflected motion to that of surface waves; the ratio of the amplitude of reflected motion to that of random interference; the frequency spectrum of reflected motion. The similarity between these observations and the effects of changing depth of shooting are discussed. It is concluded that the use of a larger or a smaller charge in a particular circumstance may be the means of effecting a useful improvement in a record.

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