Surface Wave Tomography of the Arctic from Rayleigh and Love Wave Group Velocity Dispersion Data View Full Text


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2019-05-30

AUTHORS

A. I. Seredkina

ABSTRACT

The results of studying the deep structure of the Earth’s crust and upper mantle of the Arctic from surface wave data are presented. For this purpose, based on the frequency-time analysis procedure, a representative dataset of group velocity dispersion curves of Rayleigh and Love waves (1555 and 1265 paths, respectively) in the period range from 10 to 250 s is obtained. With the use of a two-dimensional tomography technique for a spherical surface, group velocity distributions are calculated at separate periods. Overall, 18 maps for each type of surface waves are constructed and the horizontal resolution of the mapping is estimated. For four tectonically different regions of the Arctic, the dispersion curves calculated from the tomography results are inverted to the velocity sections of SV- and SH-waves. Based on the obtained distributions, the main large-scale features are analyzed in the deep structure of the Earth’s crust and upper mantle of the Arctic, and the revealed velocity irregularities are correlated to various geological structures. The results of the study are of considerable interest for further constructing the three-dimensional model of the shear wave velocity distribution and for studying the anisotropic properties of the upper mantle of the Arctic, as well as for building the geodynamical models of the region. More... »

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439-450

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