Multistep modelling of receiver-based seismic and ambient noise data from WOMBAT array: Crustal structure beneath southeast Australia
A limitation of most forms of passive seismic tomography using distant earthquakes lies in the fact that crustal structure is poorly resolved. An attempt is made here to address this issue by modelling teleseismic receiver functions (RFs) and dispersion curves derived from ambient noise through a multistep approach. The SEAL3 experiment in central and southern New South Wales (NSW) used here, represents one of 13 array deployments that so far comprise the large WOMBAT project, which aims to...[Show more]
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