Three-dimensional seismic structure beneath the Australasian region from refracted wave observations
The earthquakes in the seismicity belt extending through Indonesia, New Guinea, Vanuatu and Fiji to the Tonga-Kermadec subduction zone recorded at the 65 portable broad-band stations deployed during the Skippy experiment from 1993-1996 provide good coverage of the lithosphere and mantle under the Australian continent, Coral Sea and Tasman Sea. The variation in structure in the upper part of the mantle is characterized by determining a suite of 1-D structures from stacked record sections...[Show more]
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