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Small Venusian coronae
The common defining factor of coronae is a distinct annulus of tectonic origin. Current coronae classification is based on an intensive study of coronae primarily with maximum widths in excess of 100 km. Topographically ...
Full volume AVO analysis of seismic reflection data after dip moveout and prestack imaging
Seismic amplitude-versus-offset (AVO) analysis is a powerful geophysical technique for direct detection of gas on seismic records, and has increased the drilling success ratio in many areas. Due to the shifting of focus ...
Crossline migration of three-dimensional prestack data
A new technique for imaging 3-D prestack seismic reflection data has been developed. This method approximates the Kirchhoff one-pass 3-D prestack depth migration and is based on directly splitting the complex one-pass ...
Geophysical study of deep-crustal structure: Mid-Atlantic passive continental margin
Migration results of two multi-channel vertical incidence reflection seismic dataset offshore Virginia are presented. A new velocity model derived from multi-channel and wide-angle reflection/refraction data is developed ...
Application of seismic tools and techniques to ground-penetrating radar (GPR) studies
Seismic techniques and tools have not routinely been transferred to ground-penetrating radar (GPR) studies due to computational, financial, and logistical limitations. A simple processing package was developed to aid in ...
Three-dimensional AVO analysis: A modeling approach
3D AVO (Amplitude Variation with Offset) analysis has evolved as an important interpretation method of 3D seismic data, in the last decade. A new approach is proposed in the present work for quantitative AVO analysis of ...