2 edition of Refraction seismics found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||by Derecke Palmer.|
|Series||Handbook of geophysical exploration., v. 13|
|LC Classifications||TN269 .P253 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 269 p. :|
|Number of Pages||269|
|LC Control Number||87144194|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sjögren, Bengt. Shallow refraction seismics. London: New York ; Chapman and Hall, (OCoLC) Purchase Seismic Coal Exploration, Volume 16 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN ,
Part of the Shallow Refraction Seismics book series (TLB) Abstract The data in the field examples presented in this chapter have been obtained by the continuous in-line measuring technique. The subject of seismic acquisition is given an in-depth treatment in hundreds of books (e.g., Zhou, ; Ashcroft, ;Liner, ;Vermeer andBeasley, andYilmaz, ). Acquisition involves Author: Hua-Wei Zhou.
Seismic refraction is a geophysical method used for investigating subsurface ground conditions utilising surface-sourced seismic waves. The acquired data is computer processed and interpreted to produce models of the seismic velocity and layer thickness of the subsurface ground structure. Seismic Exploration on CD-ROM is intended to meet this demand. Seismic Exploration on CD-ROM does more than compress the information on a disc. It makes use of a highly versatile and easy-to-use software interface which allows full text searching within and across volumes, series and abstracts - all facilitated by a global : Multimedia CD.
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Refraction Seismics: The Lateral Resolution of Structure and Seismic Velocity (Handbook of Geophysical Exploration). The intention of this book is to emphasize some practical and theoretical aspects of detailed refraction surveys for civil engineering projects and water prospecting.
The book is intended for students of geophysics, professional geophysicists and geologists as well as for personnel who, without being directly involved in seismic work, are planning surveys and evaluating and using seismic results. This book is a welcome addition to the literature on shallow engineering seismic refraction surveying (``refraction Refraction seismics book in the European parlance).Author: Walter D.
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SEISMIC REFRACTION SURVEY Methodology The seismic refraction (SR) method provides information regarding the seismic velocity structure of the subsurface. An impulsive (mechanical or explosive) source is used to produce compressional (P) wave seismic energy.
The P-waves propagate into the earth and are refractedFile Size: 13KB. Seismic refraction is a geophysical principle (see refraction) governed by Snell's in the fields of engineering geology, geotechnical engineering and exploration geophysics, seismic refraction traverses (seismic lines) are performed using a seismograph(s) and/or geophone(s), in an array and an energy source.
The seismic refraction method utilizes the refraction of seismic waves on. Seismic Reflection Methods. The physical process of reflection is illustrated in Figure 1, where the raypaths through successive layers are shown.
There are commonly several layers beneath the earth's surface that contribute reflections to a single seismogram. The unique advantage of seismic reflection data is that it permits mapping of many.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Palmer, Derecke. Refraction seismics. Geophysical, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Sjögren, B.
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Passive seismic tomography will help remarkably in thrust belt area if the data is processed properly. The technique is tried in Baramura and Tulamura antiforms with thrusts. Refraction seismics – the basic formulae 1. Two-layer case We consider the case where a layer with thickness h and velocity v1 is situated over a halfspace with velocity v2.A receiver is located at a distance ∆ from the source, which itself is located at the Size: KB.
ection seismics. Of course, there is some overlap between those two types and that will be discussed in this chapter. When features really di er, then that will be discussed in next chapter for refraction and the chapters on re ection seismics. The overlap lies in the physics behind File Size: KB.
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Refraction seismics is a common geophysical application to investigate permafrost in alpine studies. This study reviews the physical basis of the use of refractions seismics and introduces the history of its application in alpine by: 9. Part of the Shallow Refraction Seismics book series (TLB) Abstract The idealized geological conditions and corresponding time—distance—depth relations in the examples given in Chapter 3 are seldom encountered in reality.
This software package represents the easiest and most immediate solution when you need to carry out the inversion of refraction seismics data in Windows. The picking of the first arrivals may be done on any file in SEG-2, KGS or ES format (without AGC), using the. Seismic Coal Exploration In-Seam Seismics A volume in Handbook of Geophysical Exploration: Seismic Exploration.
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Browse content Table of contents. Select all Front Matter. Full text access. HANDBOOK OF GEOPHYSICAL. Part of the Shallow Refraction Seismics book series (TLB) Abstract There are three components in a seismic survey, namely instrumentation, field work and interpretation, which must be well tuned to each other if reliable results are to be : Bengt Sjögren.Introduction Of Geophysics.
This book covers the following topics: Applied Geophysics, Engineering Geophysics, History Of Geophysics, Relation Between Geology And Geophysics, Magnetic Susceptibility Of Rock and Minerals, Elastic Properties Of Materials, Electrical Properties Of Rock, Electrical Conductivity, General Review Of Geophysical Methods, Geophysical Anomalies, Ambiguity In The.Highlights Refraction seismic data are used to characterize an alpine creeping hillslope.
A layer-based inversion strategy was used to generate P-wave models. Calibration data from two boreholes are used to interpret the velocity models. Mapped structures are believed to be a Cited by: 2.