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Introduction

When a velocity stack is performed with even sampling in the sloth domain (first introduced by Francis Muir), a disturbing feature of parallel lines can be observed (Figure [*]c). At the first glance they seem to be straight lines, but a closer inspection shows that they are curved. It will be shown in this paper that they are parabolas.

The nature of these lines is studied in this paper and I suggest a way of attenuating this feature.


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Stanford Exploration Project
1/13/1998