Broadband laboratory measurements of dispersion in thermally cracked and fluid-saturated quartzite and a synthetic analogue
In the field, the seismic waves used for active-source imaging typically contain frequencies from 10 to about 100 Hz, with corresponding wavelengths of tens of meters. This contrasts greatly with the ultrasonic (∼ 1-MHz) wave-speed measurements carried
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