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Processing of multichannel seismic reflection data acquired in 2013 for seismic investigations of gas hydrates in the Gulf of Mexico

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Title
Processing of multichannel seismic reflection data acquired in 2013 for seismic investigations of gas hydrates in the Gulf of Mexico
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US Geological Survey, April 2016
DOI 10.3133/ofr20161037
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John J. Miller, Warren F. Agena, Seth S. Haines, Patrick E. Hart, Miller, John J., Agena, Warren F., Haines, Seth S., Hart, Patrick E.

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#7,905,057
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