On the precision of noise correlation interferometry

@article{Weaver2011OnTP,
  title={On the precision of noise correlation interferometry},
  author={R. Weaver and C'eline Hadziioannou and E. Larose and M. Campillo},
  journal={Geophysical Journal International},
  year={2011},
  volume={185},
  pages={1384-1392}
}
  • R. Weaver, C'eline Hadziioannou, +1 author M. Campillo
  • Published 2011
  • Geology, Physics
  • Geophysical Journal International
  • SUMMARY Long duration noisy-looking waveforms such as those obtained in randomly multiply scattering and reverberant media are complex; they resist direct interpretation. Nevertheless, such waveforms are sensitive to small changes in the source of the waves or in the medium in which they propagate. Monitoring such waveforms, whether obtained directly or obtained indirectly by noise correlation, is emer ging as a technique for detecting changes in media. Interpretation of changes is in principle… CONTINUE READING

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