Describes the SEG-D and SEG-Y formats for recording and storing seismic data, along with the Observer's Reports and Field Notes that contain essential information for seismic data processing, and the initial checks that are performed on field data. Examines the steps involved in pre-processing seismic data, including gain recovery, de-multiplexing, re-sampling, assigning geometry, datum corrections, amplitude adjustments, trace editing, common midpoint gather and common offset gather. Addresses the practical considerations involved in selecting variables, establishing the processing order and reprocessing existing seismic lines.
Total Number of Subtopics: 4
Initial Processes: References and Additional Information
Estimated Time: 1 hour 20 minutes on a full time basis