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Acknowledgments

This research is performed as part of research projects financed by the Dutch Science Foundation STW (number DTN4915), the Dutch Research Centre for Integrated Solid Earth Sciences - ISES and the Stanford Exploration Project.

 
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Figure 6
Left: Simulated reflection shot panel from 33 minutes long noise recordings with a simulated shot position at x1=4000 m. Right: Result from direct migration of 33 minutes long noise recordings.
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Figure 7
Left: Simulated reflection shot panel from 6 minutes long noise recordings with a simulated shot position at x1=4000 m. Right: Result from direct migration of 6 minutes long noise recordings.
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Figure 8
Left: Simulated reflection shot panel from 1 minute long noise recordings with a simulated shot position at x1=4000 m. Right: Result from direct migration of 1 minute long noise recordings.
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Figure 9
Left: Simulated reflection shot panel from 20 seconds long noise recordings with a simulated shot position at x1=4000 m. Right: Result from direct migration of 20 seconds long noise recordings.
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Figure 10
Directly modelled reflection response for the double syncline model from figure 2 (a) with a shot at x=(4000,0) m.
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