Dictionary:Base of weathering

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The boundary between the surface layer of low seismic velocity and an underlying layer of appreciably higher velocity. It may or may not correspond to the geologic weathering or to the water table. This boundary is involved in deriving static time corrections for seismic records and is important in multiple generation and mode conversion. Also called base of LVL (low-velocity layer). See also weathering.


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