Impact of DMO processing on 3D seismic imaging at Ketzin, Germany
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The goal of the dip-moveout correction (DMO) is to eliminate velocity bias when stacking. DMO processing is tested in order to account for variable dips at the Ketzin CO2 storage pilot site. In this study, 3D Squeezing DMO is applied to seismic data to study the impact of DMO on seismic imaging and to investigate if it enhances the CO2 seismic monitoring technique. We compare the data with and without DMO processing by utilizing quantitative and qualitative analysis. Our results indicate its effectiveness with applications to the 3D seismic data at the Ketzin site.
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