Shallow water 3D multiple attenuation: A case study in methods ///

This article discusses the basic principles behind the Surface-Related Multiple Elimination (SRME) technique and demonstrates its effect on newly acquired data in August 2008 for Eni and partners in the PL122/159C licenses in the Norwegian Sea. The use of 3D SRME to attenuate multiples in a relatively shallow water-bottom environment is examined. In addition, a 2D SRME is compared with the newer 3D General Surface Multiple Prediction (GSMP) method.

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