Papers in 1995

Filpo, E. Hubral, P., 1995: Numerical tests of 3D true-amplitude zero-offset migration, Geophysical Prospecting, 43, pp. 119-134.

Hubral, P., Schleicher, J., and Tygel, M., 1995: Geometrical spreading and ray-caustic decomposition of elementary seismic waves, Geophysics, 60, pp. 1195-1202.

Kneib, G. and Shapiro, S.A., 1995: Viscoacoustic wave propagation in 2-D random media and separation of absorption and scattering attenuation, Geophysics, 60, pp. 459-467.

Li, X.-P., 1995: Attenuation of Love waves in a two-layered half space, Wave Motion, 22, pp. 349-370.

Li, X.-P., 1995: Estimation of apparent seismic attenuation of crystalline rocks at the KTB area using VSP data, Scientific Drilling, 5, pp. 199-216.

Li, X.-P., Schott, W., and Rüter, H., 1995: Frequency-dependent Q-estimation of Love-type channel waves and the application of Q-correction to seismograms, Geophysics, 60, pp. 1773-1789.

Li, X.P., Söllner, W., and Hubral, P., 1995: Elimination of harmonic distortion in vibroseis data, Geophysics, 60, pp. 503-516.

Li, X.-P., Zühlsdorff, L. and Liebhardt, G., 1995: Eliminating the effects of the urface weathered layer by using an inverse transfer function, Scientific Drilling, 5, pp. 233-242.

Shapiro, S.A. and Hubral, P., 1995: Frequency-dependent shear-wave splitting and velocity anisotropy due to elastic multilayering, Journal of Seismic Exploration, 4, , pp. 151-168.

Tessmer, E., 1995: 3-D seismic modeling of general material anisotropy in the presence of the free surface by a Chebychev spectral method, Geophysical Journal International, 121, pp. 557-575.

Tygel, M., Schleicher, J., and Hubral, P., 1995: Dualities involving seismic reflectors and reflection-time surfaces, Journal of Seismic Exploration, 4, pp. 123-150.

Widmaier, M., Müller, Th., Shapiro, S.A., and Hubral, P., 1995: Amplitude-preserving migration and elastic P-wave AVO correction for thin layering, Journal of Seismic Exploration, 4, pp. 169-178.

Zhao, P., Bock, G., and Wenzel, F., 1995: A cross-gallery tomography survey in the New England Antimony Mine (Hillgrove, NSW): A case study in a hard rock environment, Exploration Geophysics, 25, pp. 197-206.