Complex deformation within the crust and upper mantle beneath SE Tibet revealed by anisotropic Rayleigh wave tomography

@article{Wu2019ComplexDW,
  title={Complex deformation within the crust and upper mantle beneath SE Tibet revealed by anisotropic Rayleigh wave tomography},
  author={Tengfei Wu and Shuangxi Zhang and Mengkui Li and Min Hong and Yujin Hua},
  journal={Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors},
  year={2019}
}
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