Abstract

Multicomponent seismic data have unique value for studying near-seafloor geology in deepwater environments. When properly processed, PP (compressional) and PS (converted-shear) images made from multicomponent seismic data acquired in deepwater with seafloor sensors show near-seafloor geology with impressive detail. These high-resolution images are invaluable for studying deepwater gas-hydrate systems.

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