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Correlation of deep ocean noise (0.4–30 Hz) with wind, and the Holu Spectrum—A worldwide constant
One year of ambient ocean noise data, 0.4 to 30 Hz, from the Wake Island hydrophone array in the northwestern Pacific are compared to surface wind speeds, 0–14 m/s (0–28 kn). Between 0.4 and 6 Hz,Expand
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Propagating rifts on midocean ridges
Spreading center jumps identified west of the Galapagos Islands near 95°W occur in a pattern consistent with the propagating rift hypothesis. A new rift is gradually breaking through the Cocos plate.Expand
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Passive Seismic Experiment
Seismometer operation for 21 days at Tranquillity Base revealed, among strong signals produced by the Apollo 11 lunar module descent stage, a small proportion of probable natural seismic signals. TheExpand
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Deep lunar interior inferred from recent seismic data
Analysis of recent lunar seismic data from distant meteoroid impacts, high-frequency teleseismic events and deep moonquakes shows several significant deviations of P- and S-wave travel times fromExpand
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Shallow lunar structure determined from the passive seismic experiment
Data relevant to the shallow structure of the Moon obtained at the Apollo seismic stations are compared with previously published results of the active seismic experiments. It is concluded that theExpand
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Seismicity and Velocity Structure of Loihi Seamount from the 1996 Earthquake Swarm
The largest earthquake swarm yet recorded on Loihi submarine volcano took place in July and August of 1996. The swarm consisted of two phases of seismic activity and was associated with the formationExpand
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Optimum design of Ocean bottom seismometers
Ocean bottom seismometers (OBS) have been widely used during the past decade to collect seismic data for determination of the structure of the oceanic lithosphere, stress patterns in regions ofExpand
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Structure of the lunar mantle
We have reexamined the structure of the lunar mantle by using data on the decay of shear wave amplitude with distance and the relative arrival times of P and S waves. The new analysis confirms ourExpand
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Teleseismic observations from OSS IV
One of the primary objectives in placing seismic systems in deep-ocean boreholes is the detection of teleseismic earthquakes and nuclear events. If the oceanic basement is substantially quieter thanExpand
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