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Attenuation at the beginning of a seismic recording. Used to subdue the amplitude of noise prior to the first breaks or to prevent overload from high-amplitude first-break energy. Also called <b>presuppression</b>.
 
Attenuation at the beginning of a seismic recording. Used to subdue the amplitude of noise prior to the first breaks or to prevent overload from high-amplitude first-break energy. Also called <b>presuppression</b>.
 
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Attenuation at the beginning of a seismic recording. Used to subdue the amplitude of noise prior to the first breaks or to prevent overload from high-amplitude first-break energy. Also called presuppression.