[1] We examine waveforms and data used to construct coda magnitude in southern California to estimate the spatial variation of coda Q and its dependence on frequency. Our analysis combined with independent borehole data suggests that coda is mainly generated by multiple scattering in the upper few kilometers of the crust where large impedance contrasts… (More)

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@inproceedings{Davis2007ApplicationOT,
title={Application of the telegraph model to coda Q variations in southern California},
author={Paul M. Davis and Robert W. Clayton},
year={2007}
}