**Theory of Seismic Imaging**

by John Scales

**Publisher**: Samizdat Press 1997**Number of pages**: 297

**Description**:

These are notes for a graduate course in seismic imaging taught at the Colorado School of Mines. The focus of the book is the imaging of reflection seismic data from controlled sources. The author emphasizes the fundamental physical and mathematical ideas of imaging rather than the details of particular applications.

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