Everyone agrees that zero phase is the data condition that makes seismic interpretation easier and more accurate. This becomes increasingly important as an interpretation progresses from structure to stratigraphy to hydrocarbon identification to reservoir analysis. Hence data processing today makes every effort to deliver the data in a zero-phase condition. We know that achieving a zero-phase wavelet is difficult, and thus it would be helpful if authors in this journal provide a comment on the phase of the data they are presenting in their interpretations. The beneficial properties of zero phase result from the symmetry of the wavelet, but there...

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