Special Publications
Dynamics of Sedimentary Basins
Dynamics of Sedimentary Basins: The Example of the Central European Basin System 
SpringerVerlag, BerlinHeidelberg, 2008 
Edited by Littke, R., Bayer, U., Gajewski, D., Nelskamp, S. 
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Special volume of the International Journal of Earth Sciences
Sedimentary Basin Evolution: Subsidence, Salt Dynamics, Fluid Flow and Deformation 
Special volume of the International Journal of Earth Sciences, Vol. 97, 2008 
Edited by Ralf Littke, Ulf Bayer and Dirk Gajewski 
Special volume of the International Journal of Earth Sciences
Dynamics of Sedimentary Basins: The Example of the Central European Basin System 
Special volume of the International Journal of Earth Sciences, Vol. 94, 56, 2005 
Edited by Ralf Littke, Ulf Bayer and Dirk Gajewski 
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Workshop Proceeding
Advances in Seismic Anisotropy 
Journal of Applied Geophysics, Vol. 54, No. 3/4, 2003 
Edited by Dirk Gajewski, Claudia Vanelle, and Ivan Psencik 
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Workshop Proceeding
Seismic True Amplitudes 
Journal of Seismic Exploration, Vol. 10, 2002 
Edited by Martin Tygel 
Proceedings of the Workshop held in Karlsruhe, 1820 February 2001 The steady increase in vitality and interest for seismic amplitudes called for the organization of the Second Workshop on Seismic True Amplitudes. Also organized by the WIT Consortium and with the support of the EAGE and the SEG, the 2001 Workshop repeated the successful performance of its 1997 counterpart both in participation, as well as in number of presentations. The collection of 16 papers that composes these proceedings represent a careful selection of the 36 presentations that were put together after the second workshop. Table of Contents
2002 iv + 322 pages 
Special issue of Pure and Applied Geophysics
The DEKORP Project 
Pure and Applied Geophysics, Vol. 156, No. 1/2, 1999 
Edited by D. Gajewski and W. Rabbel 
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Workshop Proceeding
MacroModelIndependent Reflection Imaging 
Special issue of the Journal of Applied Geophysics, Vol. 42, No. 3/4, 1999 
Edited by Peter Hubral 
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Workshop Proceeding
AmplitudePreserving Seismic Reflection Imaging 
Seismic Applications Series, Vol. 2, 1997 
Edited by Peter Hubral 
These proceedings provide a unique selection from the altogether 39 papers that were presented at the Karlsruhe Workshop on AmplitudePreserving Seismic Reflection Imaging at the Lufthansa Training Center in Seeheim on 25 February 1997. For more than 20 years, trueamplitude reflections have been understood to represent the elementarywave reflections without the geometrical spreading effect. The term is, however, often also used to refer to the originally recorded field amplitudes that have not been subjected to any processing. I prefer and use the first definition. It is a most desirable aim to have primary PP reflections along the searchedfor reflectors in the depth or time domain (say, within a target area of interest) represented in their trueamplitude form. As such, trueamplitude reflections, also subjected to a pulse stretch, can be looked upon as an intermediate step in constructing angledependent interface reflectioncoefficients. These can, in a followup step, be inverted to find the searchedfor physical medium parameters above and below a selected target reflector. Most papers, particularly the more theoretical ones, presented in this volume result from the desire of their authors to establish physical medium parameters by a onestep migration/inversion procedure. The theory makes this possible. To achieve this "high goal" with little intermediate control is a very demanding task. In standard seismic processing and reflection imaging, in which amplitudes are in general not quantitatively made use of, one has, over many decades, in practice clearly developed a multistep procedure which requires various intermediate quality controls. Short cuts, which theoretical considerations often permit, and where two or more boxes in the processing flowchart are replaced by one, are dangerous and generally fail. Amplitudepreserving imaging or migration/inversion can ultimately also only be successful as a carefully controlled multistep procedure involving rather more than less steps (i.e., boxes in the flowchart) if compared with standard processing . If the construction of trueamplitude sections or accurate pseudosonic logs is the ultimate goal, there will be an increasing need to preserve and/or control amplitudes, when proceeding from one box in the flowchart to the next. This is important in addition to choosing the correct elastic Green's functions, migration/inversion algorithm and corrections of the reflector overburden, in addition to accounting for absorption and thinlayering, etc. Table of Contents
1998 xii + 322 pages 