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Seismic water bottom anomalies map gallery
Several other multiples, however, appear to be generated by the strong dipping horizon at 1 second on the left of the section. Plate 57 - On this sketch, in which the shots are underground, below the base of weathered layer, from left to right, we can recognize. An assymetric multiple-reflection induced by a ringing between two reflectors. Plate Generally, seismic ringing is due to resonance in a ground layer or water layer. Short-path multiples are added to primary reflections, tend to come from shallow subsurface phenomena and highly cyclical deposition, and can be suppressed by seismic processing. However, this is not always the case. A radial scattering of incident seismic energy. Depending on th time delay from the primary events with which they are associated, multiples are characterized as short-path or peg-leg, implying that they interfere with the primary reflection, or long-path, where they appear as separate events. Plate The reverberation in water illustrated on this sketch corresponds to persistence of a wave sound after its source has stopped, caused by multiple reflection of the wave within a closed space in this case the water layer. Three successive rebounds within the water layer, if not more, are visible and can be readily accounted for.
Water-bottom multiples are those multiples whose raypaths lie entirely within the water layer (Figure 6a). Since the sea floor usually has a higher reflectivity than.
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