The Seismic Acquisition Method Researching for the Complex Mountainous Terrain in YXL Area Qaidam Basin
YXL area is the concentration area of exploration activity with classic complicate surface feature in Qaidam Basin. So, its interference wave is development and the seismic data is in low signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) in the area. Through multiple seismic exploration collecting means, Acquisition techniques has obtained great breakthrough, and array technique has showed great affection. The geological tasks and seismic exploration difficulties of target area is aimed in the paper. The remained problems in the past seismic exploration is dissected, studying the noise interference feature and the effects for the array noise attenuation. And the positive roles of the stack response for the noise attenuation is discussed and to supply the high quality and the high precision data for the seismic in this area.
Key words: Shot-receiving array; Stack array response; Geometry; Direction effect; Array weighted average effect; Signal-to-noise ratio
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