Inner-core Anisotropy and Rotation

@inproceedings{Tromp2005InnercoreAA,
  title={Inner-core Anisotropy and Rotation},
  author={Jeroen Tromp},
  year={2005}
}
■ Abstract This paper reviews recent research focused on the Earth’s inner core. Large inner-core traveltime anomalies and the anomalous splitting of core-sensitive free oscillations strongly suggest that the inner core is anisotropic. Initial models involved a simple, constant or depth-dependent cylindrical anisotropy at a level less than a few percent. Recent observations suggest that its eastern hemisphere is largely isotropic, whereas its western hemisphere is highly anisotropic, and there… CONTINUE READING
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