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Estimating sedimentary and crustal structure using wavefield continuation: theory, techniques and applications
(Oxford University Press, 2014)
Receiver function techniques are widely used in imaging crustal and mantle structure beneath a seismic station. The weak P-to-S conversions at deep seismic structures are usually masked by strong shallow reverberations when unconsolidated sediments are present below the station, making it nearly impossible to utilize receiver function techniques. We ...
Ray-parameter based stacking and enhanced pre-conditioning for stable inversion of receiver function data
(Oxford University Press on behalf of The Royal Astronomical Society, 2013)
While inversion of seismic velocity from receiver function data could be instable due to its intrinsic non-linearity and non-uniqueness, improper stacking of receiver function could also introduce significant biases to the resulting velocity structure. In a distance section of receiver functions, the Moho Ps conversion and the two reverberations ...