Constraining Floating Ice Shelf Structures by Spectral Response of Teleseismic P-Wave Coda: Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica
The recent deployment of a broadband seismic array on the floating ice shelf in the Antarctica's Ross sea presents a great opportunity to study the shelf structure using broadband seismic data. In this study, we develop a further improvement of the P-wave coda autocorrelation method, which proved capable of characterizing grounded ice-cap structures. Ice shelves are floating ice sheets connected to a landmass, and in order to decipher their structures, a water layer has to be added to the...[Show more]
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