Variations in crustal structure across the transition from West to East Antarctica, Southern Victoria Land
The crustal structure beneath Ross Island and the Transantarctic Mountains (TAM) in Southern Victoria Land, Antarctica, is inferred using non-linear inversion of receiver functions, derived from teleseismic earthquake data. Intermediate-period waveforms from more than 160 teleseismic earthquakes recorded between January 1994 and January 2000 were used in the analysis. The inversion results confirm a crustal thickness of 19-21 km beneath Ross Island, consistent with previous multichannel seismic...[Show more]
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