Seismic Activity in the Transantarctic Mountains - Results from a Broadband Array Deployment
Seismic events have been recorded in the Transantarctic Mountains using a temporary 10-station broadband seismometer array. About 50% of a total of 160 events were located to the north of the array, in the vicinity of the David Glacier, inland from the Drygalski Ice Tongue, while 40% were located near the transition between the Mulock glacier and the Ross Ice Shelf, just south of the Skelton glacier. The northern events are roughly aligned in a ESE-WNW direction, sub-parallel to faults which...[Show more]
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