Abstract

Seismic reflections are sometimes strongly affected by the phase variations introduced by the intra-array statics, but corrections can be made using single sensors for array forming. In this way, the effect of the phase variations is attenuated by removing the intra-array statics from the single-sensor recordings. Then, the array response can be synthesized, and the amplitude and the shape of the reflection wavelet are preserved.

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