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A combination of only the seismic traces for which the angles of incidence are large (often 30&#x2013;45&#x00B0;). Used in studies of the variation of amplitude with offset (AVO) to compare with a stack of small angle-of-incidence traces.
 
A combination of only the seismic traces for which the angles of incidence are large (often 30&#x2013;45&#x00B0;). Used in studies of the variation of amplitude with offset (AVO) to compare with a stack of small angle-of-incidence traces.
 
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A combination of only the seismic traces for which the angles of incidence are large (often 30–45°). Used in studies of the variation of amplitude with offset (AVO) to compare with a stack of small angle-of-incidence traces.