Seismic structure of basalt flows from surface seismic data, borehole measurements, and synthetic seismogram modeling

@inproceedings{Fliedner2001SeismicSO,
  title={Seismic structure of basalt flows from surface seismic data, borehole measurements, and synthetic seismogram modeling},
  author={Moritz M. Fliedner and R. Stephen White},
  year={2001}
}
We use the wide‐angle wavefield to constrain estimates of the seismic velocity and thickness of basalt flows overlying sediments. Wide angle means the seismic wavefield recorded at offsets beyond the emergence of the direct wave. This wide‐angle wavefield contains arrivals that are returned from within and below the basalt flows, including the diving wave through the basalts as the first arrival and P‐wave reflections from the base of the basalts and from subbasalt structures. The velocity… CONTINUE READING

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