Dominant seismic noise sources in the Southern Ocean and West Pacific, 2000-2012, recorded at the Warramunga Seismic Array, Australia
Seismic noise is important in determining Earth structure and also provides an insight into ocean wave patterns and long-term trends in storm activity and global climate. We present a long-duration study of seismic noise focused on the Southern Ocean using recordings from the Warramunga Seismic Array, Northern Territory, Australia. Using high-resolution analysis, we determine the seismic slowness and back azimuth of observed seismic noise, microseisms, at hourly intervals through over a decade...[Show more]
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