3D shear-wave velocity model of the Alaskan Cordillera from the joint inversion of ambient noise tomography and receiver functions.
|Title||3D shear-wave velocity model of the Alaskan Cordillera from the joint inversion of ambient noise tomography and receiver functions.|
|Type||3-D Tomography Earth Model|
|Sub Type||Shear-wave velocity (km/s)|
|Short Description||The model incorporates seismic data from an earlier ambient noise tomography study (Ward, 2015) along with new Transportable Array data to image the shear wave velocity structure of the Alaskan Cordillera from the joint inversion of surface wave dispersion and receiver functions.|
|Kevin M. Ward|
|Department of Geology and Geological Engineering|
|South Dakota School of Mines & Technology|
|501 E. Saint Joseph St., Rapid City, SD 57701, USA|
|Department of Geology and Geophysics|
|The University of Utah|
|115 South 1460 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84112, USA|
|Model Download||Alaska.ANT+RF.Ward.2018_kmps.nc (see metadata ), is the netCDF file for the model as a function of depth|
|Depth Coverage||0 to 70 km (bsl)|
|Areal Coverage||The Alaskan Cordillera (latitude: 52°N/73°N, longitude: 113°W/173W°)|
|Data Set Description||[Ward and Lin, (2018)] The dataset includes the absolute S-wave velocity structure across the Alaskan Cordillera from the joint inversion of ambient noise tomography and receiver functions.|
To cite the original work behind this Earth model:
- Ward, K. M., and Lin, F., (2018), Lithospheric Structure Across the Alaskan Cordillera from the Joint Inversion of Surface Waves and Receiver Functions, Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, v. XXX, no. XX, p. XXXX- XXXX. https://doi.org/10.1002/2018JB015967.
To cite IRIS DMC Data Products effort:
- Trabant, C., A. R. Hutko, M. Bahavar, R. Karstens, T. Ahern, and R. Aster (2012), Data Products at the IRIS DMC: Stepping Stones for Research and Other Applications, Seismological Research Letters, 83(5), 846–854, https://doi.org/10.1785/0220120032.
DOI for this EMC webpage:
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- Bonvalot, S., Balmino, S., Briais, A., Kuhn, M., Peyreﬁtte, A., & Vales, N. (2012), World gravity map, Bureau Gravimetrique International (BGI) (CGMW-BGI-CNES-IRD, Paris).
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- Haney, M. M., Tsai, V. C., & Ward, K. M. (2016), Widespread imaging of the lower crust, Moho, and upper mantle from Rayleigh waves: A comparison of the Cascadia and Aleutian-Alaska subduction zones, Abstract T11D-2645, presented at 2016 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 12-16 Dec.
- Hayes, G. P., Wald, D. J., & Johnson, R. L. (2012), Slab1.0: A three-dimensional model of global subduction zone geometries, J. Geophys. Res., 117, B01302. https://doi.org/10.1029/2011JB008524
IRIS DMC (2010), Data Services Products: EARS EarthScope Automated Receiver Survey. https://doi.org/10.17611/DP/EARS.1
- Miller, M. S., O’Driscoll, L. J., Porritt, R. W., & Roeske, S. M. (2018), Multiscale crustal architecture of Alaska inferred from P receiver functions, Lithosphere. https://doi.org/10.1130/L701.1
- Pavlis, G. L., Bauer, M. A., Elliott, J. L., Koons, P., Pavlis, T. L., Ruppert, N., Ward, K. M., and Worthington, L. L., (2018), A unified three-dimensional model of the lithospheric structure at the subduction corner in southeast Alaska: Summary results from STEEP, Geosphere. https://doi.org/10.1130/GES01488.1
- Tarayoun, A., Audet, P., Mazzotti, S., & Ashoori, A. (2017), Architecture of the crust and uppermost mantle in the northern Canadian Cordillera from receiver functions, J. Geophys. Res., 122, 5268-5287. https://doi.org/10.1002/2017JB014284
- Ward, K. M. (2015), Ambient noise tomography across the southern Alaskan cordillera, Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, 3218-3227. https://doi.org/10.1002/2015GL063613
Model provided by Kevin M. Ward