Lunchbox Geophysics

Migration with Surface and Internal Multiples

Shang Huang, PhD

Shang Huang, PhD

Wednesday, April 21st, 2021 – 4:00 PM MST

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In the past, multiple reflections are predicted and removed before the migration process. However, migration of multiples, including surface-related multiples and internal multiples, can become a useful tool to add subsurface information. is a PhD student in Geophysics from the University of Calgary/CREWES. She received a master's degree in Geophysics in 2018. Her current project is related to reverse time migration and full wavefield migration. Outside of the curriculum, Shang currently is the president of the Student Exploration Geophysics Association (SEGA) at UofC.