Inversion of gravity data with an exponential density contrast model (pdf)
Xia, Sproul
Lithological distribution in the basement of Kansas, based on potential‐field data (pdf)
Xia, Sproul, Steeples
Normal moveout stretch mute on shallow-reflection data
Miller, R.D.
Hydrogeologic characterization using a shallow seismic reflection survey at Fort Ord, California (pdf)
Merey, C. R.D. Miller, E.J. Ticken, and J.S. Lewis
Practical vertical resolution limits of CDP data targeting reflectors less than 125 m deep near Independence, Kansas (pdf)
Miller, R.D., H.R. Feldman, E.K. Franseen, D.A. Keiswetter, and D.W. Steeples
Field comparison of shallow P‑wave seismic sources near Houston, Texas (pdf)
Miller, R.D., S.E. Pullan, D.A. Keiswetter, D.W. Steeples, and J.A. Hunter
Feasibility of CDP seismic reflection to image structures in a 220‑m deep, 3-m thick coal seam near Palau, Coahuila, Mexico
Miller, R.D., V. Saenz, and R. Huggins
Field comparison of shallow seismic sources near Chino, California
Miller, R.D., S.E. Pullan, D.W. Steeples, and J.A. Hunter
Inversion of potential field data by iterative forward modeling in the wave number domain
Xia, J., and Sprowl, D.R.

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