Anisotropy in the Australasian upper mantle from Love and Rayleigh waveform inversion
Records of both Rayleigh and Love waves have been analyzed to determine the pattern of anisotropy in the Australasian region. The approach is based on a two-stage inversion. Starting from a smooth PREM model with transverse isotropy about a vertical symmetry axis, the first step is an inversion of the waveforms of surface waves to produce path specific one-dimensional (1-D) upper mantle models. Under the assumption that the I-D models represent averages along the paths, the results from 1584...[Show more]
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