Editor's note: This article was originally submitted to the Pitfalls in Seismic Interpretation department which is designed to update Tucker and Yorston's classic book of the same name originally published in 1973. However, because of its length and number of illustrations, the article was deemed more appropriate for Interpreters Corner. For more information about the new series or an example of the type of material desired, see page 1320 of the November 1999 issue of TLE or contact Steve Henry (geolearn@aol.com).

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Seismic interpretation pitfalls are false structures on seismic created by regional or local velocity changes, acquisition patterns,...

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