Eric Verschuur offers a short version of his EET1 tour, explaining how multiple reflections influence seismic measurements. An overview is provided of the techniques that were developed to remove them, from the (high-resolution) parabolic Radon transform to the full 3D SRME technique of today.
He also discusses the extension to internal multiples and, finally, looks into the future, where multiples could be used as signal in imaging procedures.
This video is part of EAGE Online Education Programme.
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