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Reflector curvature is yet another possible cause of nonhyperbolic moveout. In the isotropic case, the normal moveout velocity at small offsets is affected by the local dip of the reflector, while the curvature affects the nonhyperbolic part of the moveout. In the case of anisotropy, both effects are combined with the influence of anisotropic parameters.


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