Evolution of the correlation wavefield extracted from seismic event coda
The seismic correlation wavefield constructed from stacked cross-correlograms of event signals displays a wide range of features as a function of inter-station distance. The character of such correlation arrivals changes markedly with the segment of the wavefield employed. All such correlation arrivals arise from the interaction of seismic phases that have a common slowness at the pair of stations being correlated. It takes some time before a clear correlation field is established, but after 1...[Show more]
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