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Localized waveform inversion applied to the D" region in teleseismic imaging
A localized waveform inversion technique based on hybrid modeling was developed to investigate the shear wave velocity structure of the lowermost mantle. Utilizing ray theory and the Kirchhoff integral, the source wavefield ...
Strength envelopes for deforming oceanic lithosphere with some implications for the history of lithospheric deformation of the equatorial Indian Ocean
Strength envelopes for oceanic lithosphere inferred from laboratory experiments indicate that the oceanic lithosphere in the central Indian basin is several times stronger (≈27 TN m -1 ) than the force available to drive ...
Fluid relationships in the Northern Gulf of Mexico using dissolved ion concentrations and strontium isotopes
Pore fluids from the slope in the Gulf of Mexico demonstrate specific ion enrichment and a range in concentration. Dissolved metal and halogen fluid concentrations and strontium isotope ratios from ten sites on the Gulf ...
Glacial and climate history of the Firth of Tay, northeastern Antarctic peninsula
This study presents the Holocene deglacial and climate history from the Firth of Tay, Antarctic Peninsula derived from sediment cores and geophysical analysis. A robust chronostratigraphy is used to establish the timing ...
Three-dimensional seismic structure of the Leeward Antilles arc from seismic refraction and refraction and reflection tomography
We have developed new velocity and Moho interface models for the Dutch Antilles region of the Leeward Antilles arc from independent and simultaneous 3-D inversion of first arrival and PmP traveltimes. The first arrival and ...