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Seismic Receiver and Noise Correlation Based Studies in Australia

Saygin, Erdinc


This thesis is directed at exploiting information in the coda of seismic phases and the ambient noise field to provide new constraints on the structure of the Australian Continent. ¶ The exploitation of the immediate coda following the onset of P waves from a distant earthquake using radial receiver functions is now a well established method. The 40 sec interval following P contains reverberations and conversions, by deconvolving the radial component trace with the vertical components, the...[Show more]

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Date published: 2010-08-19T01:02:37Z
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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