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To correct peglegs for the effects of greater geometric spreading losses, I
follow previous authors Lu et al. (1999); Ursin (1990) and write
offset-dependent geometric spreading corrections for a primary ()
and its pegleg multiples () in the following notation:
| |
(23) |

| (24) |

*v*^{*} is the velocity at the surface. After scaling by
and Snell resampling, the amplitudes of an imaged
pegleg multiple and its associated primary are consistent, to within a reflection
coefficient.

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5/30/2004