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A method of reconstructing a seismic section so that dipping reflection events are repositioned to lie beneath their true surface locations and at corrected vertical two-way travel times. There are several migration methods. These include, for example, wave-equation, dip-moveout, ray-trace, finite-difference, wavefront-common-envelope, diffraction, and frequency-domain.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

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