Multiarrival wavefront tracking and its applications
Multivalued traveltimes have traditionally not been used in seismic imaging, with only a handful of notable exceptions in the field of exploration geophysics. For studies at local and regional scales (e.g., local earthquake/teleseismic tomography), the focus has largely been on first arrivals, with numerous ray- and grid-based schemes developed for their calculation. However, later arrivals often contribute to the length and shape of a recorded wave train, particularly in regions of complex...[Show more]
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