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Velocity analysis in the presence of uncertainty
Velocity analysis resolves relatively long scales of earth structure, on the order of 1 km. Migration produces images with length scales (wavelengths) on the order of 10's of m. In between these two scale regimes lies ...
Tectonic and thermal history of the western Serrania del Interior foreland fold and thrust belt and Guarico Basin, north central Venezuela: Implications of new apatite fission track analysis and seismic interpretation
Structural analysis, interpretation of seismic reflection lines, and apatite fission-track analysis in the Western Serrania del Interior fold and thrust belt and in the Guarico basin of north-central Venezuela indicate ...
Tectonics of the West Iberia continental margin from seismic reflection data
Continental rifting is a fundamental component of the plate tectonic cycle. The West Iberia passive margin is a classic example of a nonvolcanic rifted margin. The West Iberia margin contains an enigmatic north-south ridge ...
The thermal and mechanical structure of stable continental lithosphere within a dynamic mantle
Understanding the interaction between continental lithosphere and the convecting mantle is not only important for determining the thermal structure and the role of continental lithosphere in the Earth's heat loss system, ...
Wave equation migration velocity analysis by differential semblance optimization
Differential semblance measures the deviation from flatness or focus of image gathers. The differential semblance objective function posed on the sub-surface offset domain responds smoothly to velocity changes. Therefore ...
Low frequency plasma waves at Mars
Mars Global Surveyor's magnetometer/electron reflectometer (MAG/ER) experiment has returned over eight years of observations of low frequency plasma waves produced in the interaction of the solar wind with the Martian ...