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author = {Ratcliffe, A and Win, C and Vinje, V and Conroy, G and Warner, M and Umpleby, A and Stekl, I and Nangoo, T and Bertrand, A},
doi = {10.1190/1.3627688},
journal = {SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts},
pages = {2384--2388},
title = {Full waveform inversion: A North Sea OBC case study},
url = {},
volume = {30},
year = {2011}

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AB - Full Waveform Inversion (FWI) aims to obtain superior velocity models by minimizing the difference between observed and modelled seismic waveforms. We apply FWI to a North Sea OBC field data set with wide azimuths and more than 10 km long offsets. We discuss the methodology used and the associated practical issues. Our FWI result has revealed detailed velocity features associated with thin, gas-charged layers and faulting in the shallow sections of the model. We demonstrate that this velocity update has improved the imaging of the deeper structures. © 2011 Society of Exploration Geophysicists.
AU - Ratcliffe,A
AU - Win,C
AU - Vinje,V
AU - Conroy,G
AU - Warner,M
AU - Umpleby,A
AU - Stekl,I
AU - Nangoo,T
AU - Bertrand,A
DO - 10.1190/1.3627688
EP - 2388
PY - 2011///
SN - 1052-3812
SP - 2384
TI - Full waveform inversion: A North Sea OBC case study
T2 - SEG Technical Program Expanded Abstracts
UR -
VL - 30
ER -