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cycle skip

1. n. [Geophysics]

An anomalously high transit time in a log, such as a continuous velocity log, observable as a spike on the log, commonly caused by the presence of fractures, gas, unconsolidated formations, aerated drilling mud and enlarged boreholes.

See: boreholedrilling mudfracturetransit time