Interpretation: SEG 4 (3):SJ55-SJ65 (2016)

Abstract
We have introduced a workflow that allows subsurface imaging using upcoming body-wave arrivals extracted from ambient-noise land seismic data. Rather than using the conventional seismic interferometry approach based on correlation, we have developed a deconvolution technique to extract the earth response from the observed periodicity in the seismic traces. The technique consists of iteratively applying a gapped spiking deconvolution, providing multiple-free images with higher resolution than conventional correlation. We have validated the workflow for zero-offset traces with simple synthetic data and real data recorded during a small point-receiver land seismic survey.
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DOI 10.1190/int-2016-0002.1
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