Towards using seismic anisotropy to interpret ductile deformation in mafic lower crust

@inproceedings{Tatham2008TowardsUS,
  title={Towards using seismic anisotropy to interpret ductile deformation in mafic lower crust},
  author={Daniel John Tatham},
  year={2008}
}
The lower crust forms an important geodynamic control in continental tectonics and the communication and coupling of kinematics between surface and deep-Earth processes. An understanding of the relationship between seismic properties, finite strain and fabric orientation thus provides a useful tool in the remote sensing and interpretation of deformation in the lower crust. This thesis outlines a work-flow model by which the seismic properties of a single and representative lower crustal… CONTINUE READING

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