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Information about the direction from which an event approaches the spread, specifically the component outside the plane of the section (i.e., outside of a vertical plane that includes the line). The objective is to determine the orientation of the reflector in space; see Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_C-19|C-19]]. Cross information is obtained with cross-spreads, from intersecting seismic lines, from crooked-line data, or in other ways.
 
Information about the direction from which an event approaches the spread, specifically the component outside the plane of the section (i.e., outside of a vertical plane that includes the line). The objective is to determine the orientation of the reflector in space; see Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_C-19|C-19]]. Cross information is obtained with cross-spreads, from intersecting seismic lines, from crooked-line data, or in other ways.
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Information about the direction from which an event approaches the spread, specifically the component outside the plane of the section (i.e., outside of a vertical plane that includes the line). The objective is to determine the orientation of the reflector in space; see Figure C-19. Cross information is obtained with cross-spreads, from intersecting seismic lines, from crooked-line data, or in other ways.