On the feasibility and use of teleseismic P-wave coda autocorrelation for mapping shallow seismic discontinuities
This paper describes an autocorrelation method for determining subsurface structure that is complementary to that from receiver function methods. The method is demonstrated on both synthetic and real data for two separate applications: an ice-rock boundary and Moho discontinuity. This is a welcome methodological contribution to the literature and other researchers are likely to use this method more broadly since it has clear advantages to both noise correlation methods and receiver function methods.
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On the feasibility and use of teleseismic P wave coda autocorrelation for mapping shallow seismic discontinuities
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