Supplemental material: Three-dimensional wavefield imaging of data from the USArray: New constraints on the geometry of the Farallon slab
journal contributionposted on 01.06.2011 by Gary L. Pavlis
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Geosphere, June 2011, v. 7, p. 785-801, doi:10.1130/GES00590.1, Animation 2 - The same image volume displayed in Animation 1, but sliced along constant radial sections, i.e., the spherical Earth equivalent of horizontal slicing of a three-dimensional seismic reflection volume downward. The left part of the frame displays radial component scattering potential with the same color map as Animation 1. The right displays coherence of the grid stack computed as described in Pavlis (2011). The depth of each slice in kilometers is displayed in the lower left corner. This Quicktime .mov file can be viewed using Quicktime, VLC media player, or most other digital movie players. File size is 3 MB.