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What is a [seismic] ray?

A seismic ray, or “wave front normal”, is an arrow drawn perpendicular to the seismic wave front to indicate the propagation direction at that point on the wave front. It is a convenient tool to help understand wave propagation through layered media; it is not something that exists in a physical sense.

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