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Advances in seismic imaging of crust and mantle: Preface

AuthorsSantosh, M.; Carbonell, Ramón ; Artemieva, I.; Badal, J.
Issue Date2014
CitationTectonophysics 627: 1- 3 (2014)
AbstractDeep seismic profiling aims to obtain the structure of crust and upper mantle using techniques such as seismic reflection, and seismic reflection/refraction as well as a series of broad-band seismic techniques including receiver functions and seismic tomography. Data are collected both on land and at sea, and in many cases across crystalline basement areas or basin–basement boundary zones. Over the years, deep seismic profiling has evolved both in methodology and understanding and has been integrated with other earth imaging techniques. Modern deep seismic transects provide clear images of the crust and mantle across various tectonic environments on the globe which constrain geodynamic evolution within key geological provenances.
Identifiersdoi: 10.1016/j.tecto.2014.06.001
issn: 0040-1951
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