Studies of oceanic, atmospheric, cryospheric, and fluvial processes through spectral analysis of seismic noise
During the past decade, there has been rapidly growing interest in using the naturally occurring seismic noise field to study oceanic, atmospheric, and surface processes. As many seismic noise sources, are non-impulsive and vary over a broad range of time scales (e.g., minutes to decades), they are commonly analyzed using spectral analysis or other hybrid time-frequency domain methods. The PQLX community data analysis program, and the recently released Noise Tool Kit that I co-developed with Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology’s Data Management Center are used here to characterize ...
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