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The Levantine basin is a world class site to study the onsets of salt tectonics. A commercial data set will be processed in a conventional processing flow, as well as, several prestack data enhancement methods. These methods include partial Common Reflection Surface processing, Partial Time Migration and the application of a Differential Evolution CRS global search. The data set is masked by noise and multiples, which will be attenuated. The Kirchhoff migration from the conventional processing flow shows the best results and is compared to the commercial TGS time migration. The shallow subsalt has been imaged. The deeper sections did not provide enough seismic energy to gain any improvement from prestack data enhancement.

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