The quantitative relationship between seismic wave processes and the structure in an actual medium may be established only when there is complete data on the mechanical properties of the rocks comprising the section under study, and primarily on the speed of propagation for compressional waves and the density of the rocks.


Lower Cretaceous Seismic Wave Wave Speed Velocity Structure Apparent Resistivity 


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  • E. V. Karus
  • M. V. Saks

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