Directional deconvolution of marine seismic reflection data: North Sea example
G. A. Roberts and N. R. Goulty
Journal name: Geophysical Prospecting
Issue: Vol 38, No 8, November 1990 pp. 881 - 888
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Directional deconvolution of the signature from a marine seismic source array may be achieved in combination with prestack migration or dip moveout (DMO) processing. The benefit is demonstrated using an example profile from the southern North Sea. In particular, shallow, dipping reflectors have improved continuity and frequency content. The method could be extended to 3D data to remove both in-line and cross-line directivity effects.