Third-party borehole seismic experiments during the Ocean Drilling Program
Stephen, Ralph A.
Swift, Stephen A.
Bolmer, S. Thompson
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The first borehole seismic experiments on DSDP and ODP were two-ship Oblique Seismic Experiments (Stephen, 1979; Stephen, et al., 1979, 1980; Swift, et al., 1988). By recording on the drill ship and shooting explosives out to ranges of 8 km, the upper 1.5 km of the upper crust (Layer 2) adjacent to the borehole could be imaged (Fig. 1; Stephen and Harding, 1983), Azimuthal anisotropy (Stephen, 1981, 1985) and lateral heterogeneity (Stephen, 1988; Swift and Stephen, 1989) could also be studied by shooting circles of shots at a fixed range from the borehole,
© The Author(s), 2007. This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License. The definitive version was published in Scientific Drilling Sepecial Iss. (2007): 107-109, doi:10.2204/iodp.sd.s01.08.2007.
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