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Supplemental material: Uppermost mantle velocity from Pn tomography in the Gulf of Aden

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posted on 18.08.2014 by Jordane Corbeau, F. Rolandone, S. Leroy, A. Al-Lazki, A.L. Stork, D. Keir, G.W. Stuart, J.O.S. Hammond, C. Doubre, J. Vergne, A. Ahmed, K. Khanbari
Geosphere, October 2014, v. 10, p. 958-968, doi:10.1130/GES01052.1, Supplemental File - Figure DR1. Number of rays traveling in each cell of the 2D grid model. (A) Ray density for the temporary seismic network data set. (B) Ray density for the ISC (International Seismological Centre) catalogue data set. (C) Ray density for the total data set used in this study, combining the ISC catalogue and the temporary seismic network data sets. The combined data set has a higher density of rays in the Gulf of Aden and Afar areas. Figure DR2. 2° by 2° checkerboard test resolved. Synthetic data are generated with 0.25 km/s isotropic velocity perturbations and a 1 s random Gaussian noise to simulate Pn identification errors. (A) Checkerboard test for the temporary seismic network data set. (B) Checkerboard test for the ISC catalogue data set. (C) Checkerboard test for the total data set used in this study, combining the ISC catalogue and the temporary seismic network data sets. The checkerboard test for the combined data set shows better 2° by 2° resolution in the southwest of Yemen, in Afar and along the Gulf of Aden north coast.

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