Changing the mindset in seismic data acquisition

@inproceedings{ChangingTM,
  title={Changing the mindset in seismic data acquisition},
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}
    Changing the mindset in seismic data acquisition S eismic acquisition surveys are designed such that the time intervals between shots are suffi ciently large to avoid the tail of the previous source response interfering with the next one (zero overlap in time). To economize on survey time and processing eff ort, the current compromise is to keep the number of shots to some acceptable minimum. e result is that in current practice the source domain is poorly sampled. It is proposed to abandon the… CONTINUE READING
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