|Title:||Efficient 2D multiple attenuation using SRME with curvelet-domain subtraction||Authors:||Lai S.-Y
|Keywords:||Curvelet-domain subtraction;Demultiple;Least-squares subtraction;SRME;TAIGER project;Geodynamics;Geology;Curvelet-domain subtraction;Curvelets;Demultiple;Different frequency;Least Square;Least-square subtraction;Multiple attenuation;Multiple-modeling;Surface-related multiple elimination;Taiwan integrated geodynamic research project;Seismology||Issue Date:||2022||Journal Volume:||43||Journal Issue:||1||Source:||Marine Geophysical Research||Abstract:||
Surface Related Multiple Elimination (SRME) usually suffers the issue of either over-attenuation that damages the primaries or under-attenuation that leaves strong residual multiples. This dilemma happens commonly when SRME is combined with least-squares subtraction. Here we introduce a more sophisticated subtraction approach that facilitates better separation of multiples from primaries. Curvelet-domain subtraction transforms both the data and the multiple model into the curvelet domain, where different frequency bands (scales) and event directions (orientations) are represented by a finite number of curvelet coefficients. When combined with adaptive subtraction in the time–space domain, this method can handle model prediction errors to achieve effective subtraction. We demonstrate this method on two 2D surveys from the TAiwan Integrated GEodynamics Research (TAIGER) project. With a careful parameter determination flow, our result shows curvelet-domain subtraction outperforms least-squares subtraction in all geological settings. We also present one failed case where specific geological condition hinders proper multiple?subtraction. We further demonstrate that even for data acquired with short cables, curvelet-domain subtraction can still provide better results than least-squares subtraction. We recommend this method as the standard processing flow for multi-channel seismic data. ? 2022, The Author(s).
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