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Applied Geophysics – Seismic reflection I Reflectivity and convolution The seismic wave is sensitive to the sequence of impedance contrasts Î The reflectivity series (R) We input a source wavelet (W) which is reflected at each impedance contrast
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Unformatted text preview: The seismogram recorded at the surface (S) is the convolution of the two S = W * R Applied Geophysics Seismic reflection I Reflectivity and convolution Doing the convolution:...
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