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Signal-To-Noise Ratios of Teleseismic Receiver Functions and Effectiveness of Stacking for Their Enhancement
Author(s):Morozov, I. B.; Dueker, Ken G.; Morozov, I. B.; Dueker, Ken G.
We present a method for the measurement of spatially variable signal-to-noise (S/N) ratios in multichannel teleseismic receiver function (RF) images. The S/N ratio is defined as a measure of coherency of the final image, ...
Rootless Rockies- Support and Lithospheric Structure of the Colorado Rocky Mountains Inferred from CREST and TA Seismic Data, A
Author(s):Hansen, Steven M.; Dueker, Ken G.; Stachnik, Joshua C.; Aster, Richard C.; Karlstrom, Karl E.; Hansen, Steven M.; Dueker, Ken G.; Stachnik, Joshua C.; Aster, Richard C.; Karlstrom, Karl E.
Support for the Colorado high topography is resolved using seismic data from the Colorado Rocky Mountain (CRM) Experiment and Seismic Transects. The average crustal thickness, derived from P wave receiver function imaging, ...
Sporadic Low-Velocity Layer Atop the Western Us Mantle Transition Zone and Short-Wavelength Variations in Transition Zone Discontinuities, A
Author(s):Schmandt, B.; Dueker, Ken; Hansen, S. M.; Jasbinsek, J. J.; Zhang, Z.; Schmandt, B.; Dueker, Ken; Hansen, S. M.; Jasbinsek, J. J.; Zhang, Z.
Teleseismic receiver function analysis of data from six dense arrays in the western U. S. is used to investigate mantle transition zone (MTZ) discontinuities and the prevalence of a low-velocity layer atop the 410 km ...
Characterizing the 410 km Discontinuity Low-Velocity Layer Beneath the La Ristra Array in the North American Southwest
Author(s):Jasbinsek, J. J.; Dueker, Ken; Hansen, S. M.; Jasbinsek, J. J.; Dueker, Ken; Hansen, S. M.
Receiver functions recorded by the 54-station 920 km long Program for Array Seismic Studies of the Continental Lithosphere-Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology Colorado Plateau/Rio Grande Rift Seismic Transect ...