Cline II, Christopher Joseph
Observation and analysis of seismic waves is the predominant
mechanism in which geophysicists infer the structure and state of
the Earth’s interior, including aspects such as major element
composition, grain size, temperature, melt fraction and water
content. However, imperative to this inversion, is obtaining a
robust understanding of how changes in any of these specific
physical characteristics manifest as seismic anomalies.
In this thesis we conduct...[Show more]
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