3D Chirp is a surface-towed sub-bottom profiling system capable of imaging the upper tens of metres of the sub-surface in three dimensions with decimetric horizontal and centimetric vertical resolution. This system was developed by the University of Southampton in collaboration with GeoAcoustics Ltd. The combination of the known, highly repeatable Chirp source, with the coherent processing and interpretation afforded by true 3D seismic volumes provides the perfect base for shallow-water engineering, archaeology, military, and geological studies. Please visit the following website for more information
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