Seismic Geomorphology

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Seismic geomorphology may be defined as the application of analytical techniques pertaining to the study of landforms and to the analysis of ancient, buried geomorphical surfaces as imaged by 3D seismic data. Seismic geomorphology, when used in conjunction with seismic stratigraphy, represents the state of the art approach to extracting stratigraphic insights from 3D seismic data.