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Converted modes in subsalt seismic exploration
Salt has unusual properties which complicate seismic exploration. A Model study examines some problems encountered in subsalt amplitude analysis and demonstrates that traditional techniques for detecting hydrocarbons and ...
Stratigraphy and tectonic setting of the Lower Cretaceous King Lear Formation, Jackson Mountains, northwest Nevada
The lower Cretaceous King Lear Formation (KLF) is a gently east-dipping succession of alluvial conglomerates and sandstones that were deposited in a small intra-arc basin. Supracrustal strata of Cretaceous age from within ...
Estimating crustal heterogeneity in the northern Basin and Range from COCORP and PASSCAL seismic data
This research investigates the different scales of crustal heterogeneity. A method for estimating the characteristic smaller scales of crustal heterogeneity directly from reflection seismic data is applied to the COCORP ...