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Shallow-water, high-resolution, marine multichannel seismic-reflection techniques

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Published by Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in [Reston, Va.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Seismic reflection method.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesShallow water, high resolution, marine multichannel seismic reflection techniques.
    Statementby M.W. Lee ... [et al.].
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 87-186., U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 87-186.
    ContributionsLee, Myung W., Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18050062M

    INTRODUCTION. Very‐high‐resolution (VHR) marine seismic data are acquired with source frequencies above 1 kHz and provide a sub‐seafloor resolution on the decimetre scale (Missiaen ).Such detailed images are increasingly used to address archaeological (Müller et al. ; Mueller, Woelz and Kalmring ) and geological questions (Novak and Pedersen ; Stoker et by: 1. A variant of seismic reflection used at the surface of water bodies is subbottom profiling or imaging. The advantage of this technique is the ability to tow the seismic source on a sled or catamaran and to tow the line of hydrophones. This procedure makes rapid, continuous reflection soundings of the units below.

    High-resolution seismic reflection data acquisition and interpretation, Lake Neusiedl, Austria, northwest Pannonian Basin techniques, and applications Kurt Marfurt. Introduction to special section: Characterization of the Woodford Shale: Latest concepts, techniques, and applications High-resolution stratigraphic characterization of. Use of novel high-resolution 3D marine seismic technology to evaluate Quaternary fluvial valley development and geologic controls on shallow gas distribution, inner shelf, Gulf of Mexico Timothy A. Meckel1 and Francis J. Mulcahy2 Abstract The first deployment of the P-Cable™ high-resolution 3D (HR3D) seismic acquisition system in the Gulf of.

    @article{osti_, title = {Seismic stratigraphy in high resolution shallow marine seismic data of the Gemlik Gulf}, author = {Kurtulus, C.}, abstractNote = {Seismic stratigraphy and sedimentological studies of the Gemlik Gulf in the Sea of Marmara, Turkey, have been carried out. For this purpose, 19 lines totaling km of excellent quality, high-resolution seismic data were recorded. "Multichannel Seismic-Reflection Profiles Collected in in the Northern Bering Sea," Alan K. Cooper, Michael S. Marlow, and Dennis M. Mann, USGS Geological Survey Open File Report , U.S. Geological Survey, Dept. of Interior, Menlo Park, CA


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Shallow-water, high-resolution, marine multichannel seismic-reflection techniques Download PDF EPUB FB2

SHALLOW-WATER, HIGH-RESOLUTION, MARINE MULTICHANNEL SEISMIC-REFLECTION TECHNIQUES' By Myung W. Lee, J. Miller, W. Agena, and J. Grow ABSTRACT Acquisition of shallow-water, marine multichannel seismic reflection data provides a method for mapping shallow structures in rivers, bays,Author: M.W.

Lee, J.J. Miller, W.F. Agena, J.A. Grow. Get this from a library. Shallow-water, high-resolution, marine multichannel seismic-reflection techniques. [Myung W Lee; Geological Survey (U.S.);].

SEISMIC REFLECTION SURVEYS NEAR MARSTON, MISSOURI P3 89°37'30" 89°30' 36°30' 36°22'30' 10 KILOMETERS J Figure 2. Map showing location of U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Vibroseis line S-3 (hachured line), six high-resolution Mini-Sosie seismic reflection lines (heavy black lines), and three drill holes (black well symbols)Cited by: 5.

Shallow water seismic acquisition. High-resolution marine reflection profiling for engineering and environmental purposes. Part A: Acquiring analogue seismic signals The use of a multi. [1] Multichannel seismic (MCS) reflection profiling can provide high lateral resolution images of deep ocean thermohaline fine structure.

However, the shallowest layers of the water column (z Cited by: A high-resolution, multichannel, CMP, marine seismic high-resolution survey was carried out in Lake Simcoe, southern Ontario, Canada, in Juneto examine large channel features within the glacial.

Traditionally, high-resolution marine seismic data marine multichannel seismic-reflection techniques book acquired using a single channel analog method.

Since the s, high-resolution marine seismic data have been acquired digitally (Lee et al.,Lericolais et al., ), using multichannel systems (Lee et al.,Morend et al.,Nissen et al.,Pugin et al., ).Cited by: 5. High-resolution shallow marine seismic surveys off Busan and Pohang, Korea, using a small-scale multichannel system May Journal of Applied Geophysics 56(1) High Resolution Shallow Reflection Seismic Mngadi and Durreim th.

SAGA Biennial Conference and Exhibition Short Paper. Data processing. First arrivals were picked and the travel-times of the direct and refracted waves interpreted using both delay-time and tomographic options.

data are used for more detailed mapping of prospects that have been found. In addition, high-resolution 2-D seismic (and 3-D seismic) may be useful in this stage of the exploration, as such data provide a better resolution than regular 2-D/-D seismic. Vertical resolution Seismic resolution is a File Size: KB.

HIGH RESOLUTION SHALLOW SEISMIC REFLECTION METHOD GENERAL BACKGROUND Marine seismic reflection method is the most important geophysical methods employed in the offshore environment to obtain a comprehensive picture of the sea-floor morphology and underlying shallow stratigraphy.

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS 1. Mineral exploration 2. A small-scale multichannel high-resolution shallow marine seismic survey was designed to improve the quality of high-resolution seismic data using a multichannel array while preserving cost effectiveness and expedience of the conventional shallow single-channel seismic by: In this paper, we present a methodology for the stochastic inversion of ultra-high-frequency (UHF, kHz) pre-stack seismic reflection waveforms, designed to obtain a decimetric-resolution.

Hungary using high frequency boomer techniques, in order to get information about the stratigraphy of the sedimentary layers. The noise in these shallow marine seismic reflection data is analyzed, and a series of traditional seismic data processing techniques is applied.

This chapter covers the fundamentals of near-surface seismic techniques, including refraction, reflection, borehole, and surface-wave methods. Typical seismic applications to hydrogeology include Cited by: Acquisition and Processing of Marine Seismic Data demonstrates the main principles, required equipment, and suitable selection of parameters in 2D/3D marine seismic data acquisition, as well as theoretical principles of 2D marine seismic data processing and their practical implications.

Featuring detailed datasets and examples, the book helps. ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF MULTI CHANNEL SEISMIC REFLECTION PROFILES Introduction 2D Multi Channel Seismic (MCS) reflection profiles (RE23, RE21, RE19, RE17, RE15 and RE13) constitute the primary database to study seismic stratigraphy, intra sedimentary features and acoustic basement structures in the present Size: 4MB.

High-resolution, deep-towed, multichannel seismic survey of deep-sea gas hydrates off western Canada Article in Geophysics 67(4) July with 89 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The key of high resolution deep-towed multichannel acquisition relies on the positioning issue; once solved, the technology will become a preferred tool for near-bottom seismic investigation.

The ultimate goal of deep-towed geophysics remains the correlation with in-situ measurements, which will allow the extrapolation of local geotechnical Cited by: • Marine use since the s (earlier on land) • Involves towing a single streamer • Works best in areas of simple structure • Yields a simple cross-section • Assumes all reflected energy is in vertical plane • Good for reconnaissance surveys ahead of 3D • High-resolution 2D used in geohazard work.

The seismic reflection imaging can map the sea water structure acoustically. Combined with the knowledge of local water body structure profile over years, the instant model for predicting the sea water properties could be built using the seismic data acquired from the specially designed high precision marine seismic by: 1.

Breitzke M, Bialas J () A deep-towed multichannel seismic streamer for very high-resolution surveys in full ocean depth.

First Break –65 Google Scholar Chadwick RA, Noy D, Arts R, Eiken O () Latest time-lapse seismic data from Sleipner Cited by: 1. As opposed to reservoir-scale seismic exploration, ultra-high-frequency (UHF, – kHz) multi-channel marine seismic reflection data are historically under-used in industry for offshore engineering design, being most often limited to a semi-quantitative interpretation of the reflection amplitudes and facies by: 1.