Aspects of Seismic Reflection Data Processing
A reprinting of eight articles from Surveys in geophysics, v.10, nos.2-4 (1989) on geophysical data processing. The topics include data sets from shear waves, which, generated by mode conversion, are used in solving reservoir problems; the zero-phase term, essential to further processing, and the d
- Hardback | 302 pages
- 162.6 x 236.2 x 25.4mm | 567g
- 01 Dec 1990
- Dordrecht, Netherlands
- Reprinted from SURVEYS IN GEOPHYSICS, 10:2-4, 1990
- X, 302 p.
Table of contents
Acquisition and Processing of Pure and Converted Shear Waves Generated by Congressional Wave Sources.- Data Acquisition and Pre-Processing Required for Simultaneous P-SV Inversion.- Two-Component Recording with a P-Wave Source to Improve Seismic Resolution.- Perfect Zerophase Sections, Fact or Fiction?.- Exact Time-Domain Solutions for Acoustic Diffraction by a Half Plane.- Constant Velocity Migration in the Various Guises of Plane-Wave Theory.- Reverse Time Migration of CMP-Gathers an Effective Tool for the Determination of Interval Velocities.- Parallelism in Seismic Computing.