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The shift toward lower frequencies that results from applying the [[Dictionary:normal-moveout_correction|''normal-moveout correction'']] (q.v.) to offset seismic traces. Measured by the change in a period as a result of applying NMO. A shift to lower frequencies generally means poorer resolution. Muting is often done at 50&#x2013;100% NMO stretch.
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The shift toward lower frequencies that results from applying the [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:normal-moveout_correction|''normal-moveout correction'']] (q.v.) to offset seismic traces. Measured by the change in a period as a result of applying NMO. A shift to lower frequencies generally means poorer resolution. Muting is often done at 50&#x2013;100% NMO stretch.
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The shift toward lower frequencies that results from applying the normal-moveout correction (q.v.) to offset seismic traces. Measured by the change in a period as a result of applying NMO. A shift to lower frequencies generally means poorer resolution. Muting is often done at 50–100% NMO stretch.