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Data report for a seismic-refraction investigation

Data report for a seismic-refraction investigation

Morro Bay to the Sierra Nevada, California

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey in [Reston, Va.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Seismic refraction method,
  • Seismic prospecting -- California

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJ.M. Murphy and A.W. Walter
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 84-642, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 84-642
    ContributionsWalter, A. W, Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13608322M

    C Seismic refraction – single horizontal interface The P-wave is refracted at the interface between the two layers. See the text book for details. Consider the case where there is a uniform increase in C Seismic refraction – non planar interfaces. seismic investigation (TERRA PHYSICS, ) that optimized monitoring well locations. Procedures and equipment described in the report were also used for this survey. Report Section 1 describes the survey scope and design, and Section 2 explains the results. Figure 1 – Beaumont Site 2/Wolfskill Property General Location Map.

    This guide is limited to the commonly used approach to seismic refraction measurements made on land. The seismic refraction method can be adapted for a number of special uses, on land, within a borehole and on water. However, a discussion of these other adaptations of seismic refraction measurements is not included in this guide. Case study of a geophysical investigation with seismic refraction tomography and the estimation and preparation of the final report. After the review of all available and relevant data, an explo- The data review of the investigation area contained the review of more than 50 .

    MASW data were recorded using a Geometrics Smartseis ST seismograph and 4½-Hz geophones. Each seismic array consisted of 24 geophones with an inter-geophone spacing of m, for a total array length of m. Data were processed using SurfSeis v. Seismic Refraction data were recorded using two Geometrics Geode and Hz geophones. The seismic refraction method requires three components: a controlled shot of seismic energy (source), sensors to receive the energy (geophones), and a central data recorder (seismograph) connected via radio links or cabling. The transmitted energy is recorded at each geophone along the seismic line.


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INTEGRATING SEISMIC REFRACTION AND SURFACE WAVE DATA COLLECTION AND INTERPRETATION FOR GEOTECHNICAL SITE CHARACTERIZATION Michael L. Rucker, P.E. AMEC Earth & Environmental, Inc., West Auto Drive and typically provides a considerably greater depth of investigation for the final.

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This guide provides an overview of the seismic refraction method using compressional (P) waves. It does not address the details of the seismic refraction theory, field procedures, or interpretation of the data.

Numerous references are included for that purpose and are considered an. These approaches require a preliminary and detailed knowledge of the lithological sequences of the site under investigation.

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Seismic refraction involves measuring the travel time of the component of seismic energy which travels down to the top of rock (or other distinct density contrast), is refracted along the top of rock, and returns to the surface as a head wave along a wave front similar to the bow wake of a ship (see Seismic Refraction Geometry below).

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