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A theory of seismic wave travel in porous media that predicts three wave types: P- and S-waves and a Biot slow wave. The slow wave couples wave motion to fluid diffusion and propagates at velocities&#x2248;10&#x0020;m/s; it was observed experimentally by Plona (1980). See [[Special:MyLanguage/Biot|Biot]] (1956).
 
A theory of seismic wave travel in porous media that predicts three wave types: P- and S-waves and a Biot slow wave. The slow wave couples wave motion to fluid diffusion and propagates at velocities&#x2248;10&#x0020;m/s; it was observed experimentally by Plona (1980). See [[Special:MyLanguage/Biot|Biot]] (1956).
  
  
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A theory of seismic wave travel in porous media that predicts three wave types: P- and S-waves and a Biot slow wave. The slow wave couples wave motion to fluid diffusion and propagates at velocities≈10 m/s; it was observed experimentally by Plona (1980). See Biot (1956).


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