Shows that developments in seismic interferometry - the methodology of generating new seismic responses by crosscorrelation - have taken an enormous flight since the beginning of this century. In 2006, the editors of this volume compiled a supplement to Geophysics dedicated to this new branch of science. The 22 papers of the well-received supplement (recognized by one award for best paper and two honorable mentions for best paper in Geophysics and more than 100 citations in the first 20 months) form the basis for this reprint volume. The editors have added 50 papers from SEG and other journals, including Science, Physical Review, and Geophysical Research Letters. The book contains an editors' introduction with extensive references and chapters on seismic interferometry without equations, highlights of the history of seismic interferometry from 1968 until 2003, and a more detailed overview of the rapid developments since 2004. Seismic Interferometry is an invaluable source for researchers and students interested in the theory and applications of interferometry in geophysical exploration (seismic and EM), seismology, ultrasonics, and underwater acoustics.Interferometry in dissipative media: Addressing the shallow sea problem for Seabed Logging applications 560 Interferometry in ... SEG/San Antonio 2007 Annual Meeting State A represents the desired reflection response with a redatumed source at the receiver level of state B ... + where T+(x, xA, c0) is the 2 agt; alt; 2 transmission response between the levels 8101 and ... (9) For example, the columns of matrix 15+ contain both components of |3+(x, xS, co) for fixed X3 and variable x at 8101, anbsp;...
|Author||:||Cornelis Pieter Arie Wapenaar, Deyan Draganov, Johan O. A. Robertsson|
|Publisher||:||SEG Books - 2008|