Earth's structure from a bayesian analysis of seismic signals and noise
The prevailing drive of modern seismology is to improve our knowledge of the Earth's structure, composition, and dynamics through an analysis of seismic waveforms. With increasing computing power, number and quality of seismic stations, and length of data records, the resolution and spatial coverage of current Earth models has improved substantially over the past few decades. Yet many limitations remain. The advent of ambient noise seismology has provided the solution to many issues, such as...[Show more]
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