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Through the Looking Glass of Applied Exploration  Geophysics Steve H. Danbom, Ph.D., P.G.   Rice University ESCI 444
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Reflection Seismic Data  Processing Lecture 6 – Processing seismic reflections: statics, sorting, & filtering Spring, 2011
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D a n b om G e op hy si cs Multiplexing, which is the first pre-processing step (unless your  data are recorded trace sequential) is metaphorically discussed.
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D a n b om G e op hy si cs Demultiplexing – transforming the field data which is time  sequential into processing format which is trace sequential.
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D a n b om G e op hy si cs Example processing flow for seismic data
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D a n b om G e op hy si cs Overview statement about seismic reflection statics.
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D a n b om G e op hy si cs Reference diagram for land static corrections
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D a n b om G e op hy si cs ProMax elevation statics processes.
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D a n b om G e op hy si cs Stack of line without the application of statics.
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D a n b om G e op hy si cs Example where ProMax routine made a static solution in a tough data area that resulted in cycle skipping.
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D a n b om G e op hy si cs Another routine is used to interpret and repair damage.
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D a n b om G e op hy si cs Some of the schemes for static estimation, and there are many, are simple in concept.
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Comparison of P-wave and S-wave static time corrections that  need to be made to remove near-surface heterogeneities. D a n b om G e op hy si cs
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D a n b om G e op hy si cs Definition of bandpass filter as it applies to processing seismic reflection data with ProMax.
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D a n b om G e op hy si cs Schematic on Fourier analysis and Fourier synthesis.
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D a n b om G e op hy si cs Discussion of operations in the time and frequency domain.
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D a n b om G e op hy si cs For any integral transform, the Kernal Function is a function of  both the variable to be transformed and a second variable.
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