Lateral variations in the upper mantle velocity structure under Northern Australia

@inproceedings{Dey1989LateralVI,
  title={Lateral variations in the upper mantle velocity structure under Northern Australia},
  author={S. C. Dey},
  year={1989}
}
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Broadband observations of upper-mantle seismic phases in northern Australia and the attenuation structure in the upper mantle
Abstract Sources in the earthquake belt through Indonesia and New Guinea, recorded at a broadband Guralp CMG3 seismometer at the Warramunga array in the Northern Territory of Australia, give goodExpand
Shear wave splitting in refracted waves returned from the upper mantle transition zone beneath northern Australia
The broadband recording site at Warramunga (WRA) in the Northern Territory of Australia provides good coverage of seismic wave propagation through the upper mantle for sources in the earthquake beltExpand
The upper-mantle S and P velocity structure beneath northern Australia from broad-band observations
Abstract Good coverage of seismic wave propagation through the upper part of the mantle can be obtained for sources in the earthquake belt through Indonesia and New Guinea recorded at broad-bandExpand
Variations In Upper Mantle Structure Under Northern Australia
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The 520 km discontinuity
Although some of the earliest suggestions of a seismic discontinuity near 520 km depth in the upper mantle came from seismic studies of the structure to the north of Australia, results from moreExpand

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