Dictionary:Common-conversion point (CCP)

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The common reflecting point where mode conversion from P- to S-waves (or vice-versa) occurs for a set of data. Scalar Reciprocity (the conversion point being the same when source and receiver are interchanged) does not apply; instead Vector Reciprocity (with source and receiver modes also interchanged) applies. [1] See Figure C-13.

Reference

  1. Thomsen, L., 1999. Converted-Wave Reflection Seismology over inhomogeneous, anisotropic media, GEOPHYSICS, 64(3), 678-690.