New Zealand South Island GeopHysical transect (SIGHT) : marine active-source seismic component : a processing summary

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Greenroyd, C.; Yu, J.; Melhuish, A.; Ravens, J.M.; Davey, F.J.; Maslen, G.; SIGHT Working Group 2003 New Zealand South Island GeopHysical transect (SIGHT) : marine active-source seismic component : a processing summary . Lower Hutt: Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences. Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences science report 2003/04 9 p.

Abstract: In February and March 1996, thirteen multiple channel marine seismic lines were shot across New Zealand’s South Island. These surveys were carried out as part of a joint US-NZ investigation of continental deformation at convergent plate boundaries, known as the South Island GeopHysical Transection (SIGHT) project. The lines were processed at GNS and Victoria University with the aim of providing new information on the deep structure of the Pacific/Australian plate boundary. Processing histories, and key publications resulting from this processing, are detailed in this report. (auth)