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Time-lapse imaging of fault properties at seismogenic depth using repeating earthquakes, active sources and seismic ambient noise
The time-varying stress field of fault systems at seismogenic depths plays the mort important role in controlling the sequencing and nucleation of seismic events. Using seismic observations from repeating earthquakes, ...
Seismic imaging with traveltime and waveform inversion: Naga Thrust and Fold Belt, India
I demonstrate the utility of traveltime and waveform inversion in depth imaging of seismic data with the help of two 2-D multichannel seismic lines, Reg-07 and PO-03, shot perpendicular to the trend of the Naga Thrust and ...
Evolution of the Antarctic Peninsula continental margin from Late Eocene to present: Seismic stratigraphic analysis related to the development of the Antarctic Peninsula Ice Sheet (APIS)
This investigation into Antarctic Peninsula Ice Sheet (APIS) development represents research from the stratigraphic record of three geographic areas: The James Ross Basin (northwestern Weddell Sea), the Pacific continental ...