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Ionospheric detection of gravity waves induced by tsunamis
Tsunami waves propagating across long distances in the open-ocean can induce atmospheric gravity waves by dynamic coupling at the surface. In the period range 10 to 20 minutes, both have very similar
A new seismic model of the Moon: implications for structure, thermal evolution and formation of the Moon
Abstract The seismic determinations of the crustal thickness and mantle velocities are key parameters for most geophysical and geochemical lunar studies. We determine a new seismic model of the Moon
COMPUTATION OF SEISMOGRAMS AND ATMOSPHERIC OSCILLATIONS BY NORMAL-MODE SUMMATION FOR A SPHERICAL EARTH MODEL WITH REALISTIC ATMOSPHERE
We describe a theory to compute seismograms and atmospheric disturbances such as ionospheric oscillations or pressure variations in a realistic spherical earth model with atmosphere. This theory is
Three‐dimensional waveform modeling of ionospheric signature induced by the 2004 Sumatra tsunami
[1] The Sumatra, December 26th, 2004, tsunami produced internal gravity waves in the neutral atmosphere and large disturbances in the overlying ionospheric plasma. To corroborate the tsunamigenic
First ionospheric images of the seismic fault slip on the example of the Tohoku‐oki earthquake
[1] 1Hz GPS measurements from the Japanese GPS network GEONET allowed to retrieve information on the seismic fault of the great M9.0 Tohoku-oki earthquake from the ionosphere total electron content
Seismic Detection of the Lunar Core
TLDR
Reinterpreted Apollo-era seismic data from the Moon reveal a solid inner core and a fluid outer core, overlain by a partially molten boundary layer, consistent with a volatile-depleted interior.
Very preliminary reference Moon model
Abstract The deep structure of the Moon is a missing piece to understand the formation and evolution of the Earth–Moon system. Despite the great amount of information brought by the Apollo passive
Ionospheric remote sensing of the Denali Earthquake Rayleigh surface waves
[1] Using the Global Positioning System, we have detected ionospheric disturbances associated with the long-period Rayleigh waves from the 2002 Denali earthquake (Ms = 7.9). The dense California GPS
The resonant response of the ionosphere imaged after the 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake
We provide here a preliminary analysis of the ionospheric perturbations observed after the 11 March 2011 Tohoku Earthquake using a GPS-derived Total Electron Content (TEC) technique. Such anomalies
A consistent picture of early hydrodynamic escape of Venus atmosphere explaining present Ne and Ar isotopic ratios and low oxygen atmospheric content
Abstract A time dependent model of hydrogen hydrodynamic escape powered by solar EUV flux and solar wind, and accounting for oxygen frictional escape, has been implemented in primitive Venus
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