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A vibroseis sweep where more time is spent sweeping high frequencies than low frequencies, to compensate for high-frequency attenuation in the signal&#x2019;s travel through the earth, or to shape to a Ricker wavelet.
 
A vibroseis sweep where more time is spent sweeping high frequencies than low frequencies, to compensate for high-frequency attenuation in the signal&#x2019;s travel through the earth, or to shape to a Ricker wavelet.
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A vibroseis sweep where more time is spent sweeping high frequencies than low frequencies, to compensate for high-frequency attenuation in the signal’s travel through the earth, or to shape to a Ricker wavelet.