Absent anisotropy: The paradox of the Southern Alps orogen: THE PARADOX OF THE SOUTHERN ALPS OROGEN

@inproceedings{Pulford2003AbsentAT,
  title={Absent anisotropy: The paradox of the Southern Alps orogen: THE PARADOX OF THE SOUTHERN ALPS OROGEN},
  author={A. K. Pulford and Martha Kane Savage and Tim Stern},
  year={2003}
}
[1] A high resolution active source dataset recorded across the Southern Alps of New Zealand displays unusually strong S-wave phases, which show minimal shear wave splitting. A suite of methods was used to analyse the data to minimize the uncertainty in the anisotropy measurements. We use the Silver and Chan [1991] method, cross correlation of stacked data, and deconvolution in combination with the other methods. The results were consistent at each station, but differed between stations. Fault… CONTINUE READING

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