Seismic Earth: array analysis of broadband seismograms
This solid Earth book offers discussion on the current state of seismic theory with specific examples of new imaging techniques for the crust and upper and lower mantle. It also includes discussion on near future uses of, and developments in, imaging theory via proposed developments in seismic instrumentation.
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Aspects of Modern Practices
Surface Wave Tomography Applied to the North American Upper Mantle
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2D GRT inversion ADCIG algorithm amplitude analysis angle anisotropy anomalies approximation array azimuthal anisotropy beneath body wave Bostock boundary broadband Bull component computed craton crust crustal Dahlen data set defined denotes depth Earth Planet elastic element energy estimate fault Figure frequency geometry Geophys Geophysical global Green's function grid heterogeneity hypocenter imaging integral interface inverse problem isotropic iterations Kaapvaal Craton kernels Kirchhoff km/s Komatitsch layer linear lithosphere matrix mesh method migration model parameters Moho nodes Nolet P-wave parameterization path perturbations phase velocity plane wave Plate polarization Radon transform ratio Rayleigh wave receiver function region resolution Rondenay rupture Sambridge scattered wave seismic tomography seismic wave seismograms Seismol seismology shear wave slip solution spatial splitting station surface wave synthetic teleseismic tetrahedron theory three-dimensional tion traveltime upper mantle USArray variations vector velocity model velocity structure vertical wave propagation waveform wavefront zone