Testing the limits of virtual deep seismic sounding via new crustal thickness estimates of the Australian continent
We apply virtual deep seismic sounding (VDSS) to data collected from both permanent and temporary seismic stations in Australia with the goal of examining (i) the resilience of the method to the presence of complex lithospheric structure and (ii) the effectiveness of different approaches for estimating bulk crustal properties (namely thickness and Vp). Data from the permanent station WRAB in the Northern Territory is ideal for benchmarking VDSS (large number and favourable distribution of...[Show more]
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