Transportable seismic array tomography in southeast Australia: Illuminating the transition from Proterozoic to Phanerozoic lithosphere
The Phanerozoic Tasmanides of eastern Australia is comprised of a series of orogenic belts that developed along the east margin of Gondwana following the breakup of the supercontinent Rodinia and subsequent formation of the Pacific Ocean. The tectonic complexities of this region have been well studied, but most work has been confined to evidence collected from the near surface, where extensive Mesozoic and Cenozoic basin cover masks large tracts of Palaeozoic basement. We apply teleseismic...[Show more]
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