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The Ray Method in Seismology

The Ray Method in Seismology



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    Author: V. Cerveny

    Published by Univerzita Karlova, Praha, 1977

    "Ray theory has been used in seismology for a long time. In spite of its broad possibilities, it has been mainly used to study seismic waves in rather simple media, such as radially and vertically inhomogeneous structures.."



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