Seismic Refraction. Some uses of seismic refraction. Mapping bedrock topography Determining the depth of gravel, sand or clay deposits Delineating perched water tables Determining the depth to the water table Detecting subsurface caverns Estimating rippability
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These two equations should give the same answer.
It should be less than half the crossover distance.