Abstract

A passive seismic survey in April 2009 had two main goals: the use of seismic interferometry to retrieve the seismic signal (reflected waves) from the background noise and to demonstrate that passive surveys can cover spatial gaps between active profiles. Seismic interferometry works well if the passive records are not affected by surface waves with high amplitudes; therefore, such records are neglected in the application of seismic interferometry.

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