Dictionary:Phantom

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1. A line on a seismic section drawn parallel to the dip of nearby reflection events. Phantoms are mapped where one cannot follow an individual event far enough to map that event. 2. To pick the onset of a head wave where the onsets do not have enough amplitude to be seen, based on later cycles of their wavetrains. Involved in picking first breaks to determine near-surface corrections.