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{{Infobox dictionary | {{Infobox dictionary | ||

| title = '''Encyclopedic Dictionary of Applied Geophysics''' | | title = '''Encyclopedic Dictionary of Applied Geophysics''' | ||

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− | | author = [[Robert E. Sheriff]] | + | | author = [[Special:MyLanguage/Robert E. Sheriff|Robert E. Sheriff]] |

| doi = 10.1190/1.9781560802969 | | doi = 10.1190/1.9781560802969 | ||

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# ''Ampere'' (q.v.), the SI unit of electrical current. | # ''Ampere'' (q.v.), the SI unit of electrical current. | ||

− | # See [[Dictionary:A-type_section|''A-type section'']]. | + | # See [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:A-type_section|''A-type section'']]. |

# The amplitude at normal incidence in AVO studies, where the amplitude is often approximated by the equation <math> A + B \sin^2 \theta </math>, where <math> \theta </math> is the angle of incidence. | # The amplitude at normal incidence in AVO studies, where the amplitude is often approximated by the equation <math> A + B \sin^2 \theta </math>, where <math> \theta </math> is the angle of incidence. | ||

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## Revision as of 14:24, 14 March 2018

Series | Geophysical Reference Series |
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Author | Robert E. Sheriff |

DOI | http://dx.doi.org/10.1190/1.9781560802969 |

ISBN | 978-1-56080-118-4 |

Store | SEG Online Store |

*Ampere*(q.v.), the SI unit of electrical current.- See
*A-type section*. - The amplitude at normal incidence in AVO studies, where the amplitude is often approximated by the equation , where is the angle of incidence.