# Category:Publications

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## Pages in category "Publications"

The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 373 total.

(previous page) (next page)### A

- Absorption loss and transmission loss
- Accuracy of normal-moveout calculations
- Acquisition direction for marine 3D surveys
- Adachi’s method
- User:Ageary/Introduction
- User:Ageary/Theory of seismic waves
- Alias filters
- Aliasing
- All-pass filter
- Alternate approaches to phase rotation
- Amplitude variation with offset for seafloor multiples
- Amplitude/energy of reflections and multiples
- Analog linear time-invariant systems
- Analog prediction error
- Analog transfer functions
- Analogy
- Apparent-velocity filtering
- Appendix A: Exercise
- Appendix B: Exercises
- Appendix C: Exercises
- Appendix D: Exercises
- Appendix E: Exercises
- Appendix F: Exercises
- Appendix G: Exercises
- Appendix H: Exercises
- Appendix I: Exercises
- Appendix J: Exercises
- Appendix K: Exercises
- Appendix L: Design of Hilbert transforms
- Appendix M: Exercises
- Appendix N: The energy-delay theorem
- Appendix O: Exercises
- Attenuation
- Attenuation calculations
- Attenuation of air waves
- Autocorrelation - book
- AVO versus AVA and effect of velocity gradient

### B

### C

- Calculating crosscorrelation and autocorrelation
- Calculation of inverse filters
- Calculation of reflector depths and dips
- Canonical representation
- Canonical representation – Chapter 10
- Causality and stability of analog systems
- Causality and stability of digital systems
- Causes of high-frequency losses
- Characteristics of different types of events and noise
- Checking solutions
- Circle shooting
- Coherence - book
- Coherence cube (C3)
- Comparison of refraction interpretation methods
- Complex coefficient of reflection
- Complex-trace analysis
- Convolution - book
- Convolution and correlation calculations
- Convolutional model
- Convolutional model in the frequency domain
- Cross-dip

### D

- Deconvolution methods
- Deconvolution: Einstein or predictive?
- Deducing fault geometry from well data
- Delay in general
- Delay time
- Delay: Minimum, mixed, and maximum
- Dependence of resolvable limit on frequency
- Dependence of velocity-depth curves on geology
- Depth and dip calculations using velocity functions
- Derivative and integral operators
- Destructive and constructive interference for a wedge
- Determining lithology from well-velocity surveys
- Determining reflector location
- Determining static corrections from first breaks
- Determining the nature of flow structures
- Determining vibroseis parameters
- Differential moveout between primary and multiple
- Diffraction
- Diffraction from a half-plane
- Diffraction traveltime curves
- Digital calculations
- Digital filtering
- Digital Imaging and Deconvolution: The ABCs of Seismic Exploration and Processing
- Digital linear time-invariant systems
- Digital prediction
- Digital prediction error
- Digital processing
- Digital transfer functions
- Digitization
- Dip, cross-dip, and angle of approach
- Directional geophone responses to different waves
- Directivities of linear arrays and linear sources
- Directivity of a harmonic source plus ghost
- Directivity of a source plus its ghost
- Directivity of linear sources
- Distinguishing horizontal/vertical discontinuities
- Disturbance produced by a point source
- Diving waves
- Dominant frequencies of marine sources
- Dual-sensor wavelet estimation
- D’Alembert’s solution

### E

- Effect of a hidden layer
- Effect of assumptions on refraction interpretation
- Effect of burial history on velocity
- Effect of coil inductance on geophone equation
- Effect of crosscurrents
- Effect of filtering on event picking
- Effect of horizontal velocity gradient
- Effect of local high-velocity body
- Effect of migration on fault interpretation
- Effect of migration on plotted reflector locations
- Effect of overpressure
- Effect of reflector curvature on a plane wave
- Effect of signal/noise ratio on event picking
- Effect of station angle on location errors
- Effect of time picks, NMO stretch, and datum choice on stacking velocity
- Effect of velocity change on VSP traveltime
- Effects of normal-moveout (NMO) removal
- Effects of weathered layer (LVL) and permafrost
- Encyclopedic Dictionary of Applied Geophysics
- Energy - book
- Equally inclined orthogonal geophones
- Estimating lithology from stacking velocity
- Evidences of thickening and thinning
- Examples
- Extension of the sampling theorem

### F

- Far- and near-field effects for a point source
- Fault and stratigraphic interpretation
- Fault interpretation using time slices
- Faulting
- Feasibility of mapping a horizon using head waves
- Feedback filters
- Fermat’s principle - book
- Fermat’s principle and reflection and refraction
- Finite-difference migration – book
- Fourier series
- Fourier transform
- Fourier transform - book
- Fourier transforms of the unit impulse and boxcar
- Frequency
- Frequency response of a digital system
- Frequency spectrum
- Functional fits for velocity-depth data

### G

### H

### I

- Identification of events
- Illustrations of spectra
- Implementation of migration
- Implementing deconvolution
- Improvement of signal/noise ratio by stacking
- Influence of direction on velocity analyses
- Instantaneous attributes - book
- Interactive earth-digital processing
- Interpretation (journal)
- Interpretation - book
- Interpretation by the plus-minus method
- Interpretation of a depth-migrated section
- Interpretation of four-shot refraction data
- Interpretation of salt uplift
- Interpretation of sonobuoy data
- Interpreting engineering refraction profiles
- Interpreting marine refraction data
- Interpreting stacking velocity
- Interpreting uphole surveys
- Interpretive processing
- Interrelationships among elastic constants
- Interval velocities
- Introduction - Chapter 1
- Introduction - Chapter 15
- Introduction - Chapter 8
- Inverse filter to remove ghosting and recursive filtering
- Inverse filters
- Inverse Fourier transform