alexa Static corrections—a review, Part II
Geology & Earth Science

Geology & Earth Science

Journal of Geology & Geophysics

Author(s): David Marsden

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One of the reasons for deriving and applying static corrections is to ensure structural integrity in the processed section. Static anomalies whose spatial wavelengths are longer than a spread length are not uncommon and if not corrected produce false structures in the seismic section (Figure 14). Refraction statics are effective for correcting these long spatial wavelength anomalies, and they are also effective against shorter spatial wavelength anomalies.

This article was published in The Leading Edge and referenced in Journal of Geology & Geophysics

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