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Dooley, J. C., 1952, Calculation of depth and dip of several layers by seismic refraction methods.

Faust, L. Y., 1951, Seismic velocity as a function of depth and geologic time.

Goguel, F. M., 1951, Seismic re&action with variable velocity.

Hales, F. W., 1958, An accurate graphical method for interpreting seismic refraction lines.

Hatherly, P. , 1976, A Fortran IV programme for the reduction and plotting of seismic re&action data using the generalised reciprocal method.

Jakosky, J. J., 1950, Exploration geophysics.

Lankston, R. W., 1990, High-resolution refraction seismic data acquisition and interpretation.

Lankston, R. W., and Lankston, M. M., 1986, Obtaining multilayer reciprocal times through phantoming.

Mota, L., 1954, Determination of dip and depths of geological layers by the seismic refraction method.

Palmer, D., 1980, The generalized reciprocal method of seismic refraction interpretation.

Redpath, B. B., 1973, Seismic refraction exploration for engineering site investigation.

Scott, J. H., B. L. Tibbetts, and R. G. Burdick. Computer Analysis of Seismic Refraction Data.

Scott, J. H., 1973, Seismic refraction modeling by computer.

Wyrobek, S. M., 1956, Application of delay and intercept times in the interpretation of multilayer refraction time distance curves.




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