Shear-wave splitting beneath the Galápagos archipelago
Shear-wave splitting measurements in the Galápagos archipelago show a rapid change from consistently oriented anisotropy to no measurable anisotropy. At the western edge of the archipelago delay times are 0.4-0.9 s and fast polarization directions are 81
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