The Australian data has very high-amplitude, short-period multiples. Using a sufficient number of filter coefficients to remove the multiples results in an output panel of noise. Because the seafloor multiples are so energetic, it may be unwise to treat them and the peglegs as the same problem. The input and output are shown in Figure 7. Suppression on the full prestack data might prove more interesting in this case; the output shown here is very incoherent, stacking in all offsets might reveal something.