The Poulter Seismic Method

CIM Bulletin, 1950


The Poulter seismic method of geophysical exploration is an attempt to obtain an increased efficiency in the conversion of the energy of an explosion into useful energy which has directive properties and which contains a minimum of random frequency and random phase relations
Mots Clés: Control, Controls, crevasse, geophone, seismic wave, signal-to-noise, Taku Glacier, Distribution, energy, Frequency, Ice, Records, waves