Insights into the structure of the upper mantle beneath the Murray Basin from 3d teleseismic tomography
Distant earthquake records from a passive array of 20 short-period seismometers are used to image the 3D P-wave velocity structure of the upper mantle beneath the Murray Basin in southern New South Wales and northern Victoria. During the five-month deployment period of the array, 158 teleseisms with good signal-to-noise ratios were recorded, allowing 3085 relative arrival time residuals to be picked with high accuracy. These arrival time residuals are mapped as 3D perturbations in P-wave...[Show more]
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