Left Running Heading Right Running Heading 9 The irregular near-surface conditions at the Mt Bulga

@inproceedings{Palmer2005LeftRH,
  title={Left Running Heading Right Running Heading 9 The irregular near-surface conditions at the Mt Bulga},
  author={Derecke Palmer and Ramin Nikrouz and Andrew G. Spyrou},
  year={2005}
}
The determination of seismic velocities in refractors for nearsurface seismic refraction investigations is an ill-posed problem. Small variations in the computed time parameters can result in quite large lateral variations in the derived velocities, which are often artefacts of the inversion algorithms. Such artefacts are usually not recognized or corrected with forward modelling. Therefore, if detailed refractor models are sought with modelbased inversion, then detailed starting models are… CONTINUE READING

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