Sound‐channel observations of ice‐generated tremor in the Indian Ocean

@article{Chapp2005SoundchannelOO,
  title={Sound‐channel observations of ice‐generated tremor in the Indian Ocean},
  author={Emily Chapp and D. R. Bohnenstiehl and M. Tolstoy},
  journal={Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems},
  year={2005},
  volume={6}
}
[1] Mid to low southern latitude hydrophone stations within the Indian Ocean have recorded two distinct types of low-frequency (<100 Hz) tremor that can be correlated with drifting icebergs and glacial features along the Wilkes Land coast of eastern Antarctica. The most common of these signals is a variable harmonic tremor (VHT), with spectral peaks that exhibit frequency fluctuations through time. These signals typically display a 4 to 10 Hz fundamental frequency and may have as many as ten… Expand

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