Ramakrishna Rao, C. V. ; Gaur, V. K. (1991) Preliminary results from very long period data collected by a broad band digital seismic station Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences - Earth and Planetary Sciences, 100 (4). pp. 369-378. ISSN 0253-4126
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Preliminary analysis of seismograms recorded by a wide band high dynamic range digital seismograph installed under a collaborative research programme between IPG, Paris and NGRI, Hyderabad, indicates that the crust and upper mantle structure below the Indian continent are characterized by high velocity up to a depth of 500 km. Both the group and phase velocities in the period range of 100-350s are found to be faster by 3-4% and 1-3% respectively compared with global models such as the preliminary reference earth model.
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|Keywords:||Broad Band; Surface Waves; Group Velocity; Phase Velocity|
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