D1.1: Assessment of successful active seismic processing workflows

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Executive summary: Across the globe, the mineral industry is seeking new technologies to replace or complement existing geological, geochemical and geophysical methods to improve exploration efficiency at depth and to help design safer and more productive mines. These industries are increasingly using seismic methods for a wide range of commodities including base metals, uranium, diamonds, and precious metals. Seismic methods usually can be used for direct targeting of mineral deposits but particular care must be taken during acquisition and processing of the data. To achieve the best results, different processing sequences based on the target of the project are applied. Here we compare and discuss how such workflows are used when treating active seismic data in order to provide a basis for their use in the development of the passive seismic methods that form the basis of the PACIFIC project.

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