Field Geophysics – Sampling and Aliasing Theory and Examples

Field Geophysics – Sampling and Aliasing Theory and Examples
Collecting geosciences data in the field involves sampling in time and space. Sampling includes theoretical limitations and the possibility of aliasing which has severe effects on sampled data. The material presented here focuses on geophysical data and time domain sampling. The concepts are applicable to spatial sampling and geological data. The discussion is most appropriate for classroom or computer laboratory use prior to field data collection.

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