Moho geometry along a north–south passive seismic transect through Central Australia
Receiver functions from a temporary deployment of 25 broadband stations along a north–south transect through Central Australia are used to retrieve crustal and uppermost mantle structural constraints from a combination of different methods. Using H–K stacking as well as receiver function inversion, overall thick crust with significant thickness variation along the profile (40 to ≥ 55 km) is found. Bulk crustal vp/vs values are largely in the felsic to intermediate range, with the southernmost...[Show more]
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