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The upper mantle discontinuities - Correlated or anticorrelated?

The upper mantle discontinuities - Correlated or anticorrelated?,10.1029/92GL01504,Geophysical Research Letters,K. Stammler,R. Kind,N. Petersen,G. Kos

The upper mantle discontinuities - Correlated or anticorrelated?   (Citations: 36)
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An attempt is made to test the hypothesis of the negative correlation between the discontinuities in the earth's upper mantle at 410 and 660 km by using travel times of seismic waves converted at both discontinuities underneath seismic stations. A clear positive correlation of the conversion times of both discontinuities is observed which can, however, be explained in terms of known lateral velocity changes above 410 km. It is concluded from the scatter of the data that the limit of a possibly existing and negatively correlated topography of the two discontinuities is about 28 km.
Journal: Geophysical Research Letters - GEOPHYS RES LETT , vol. 19, no. 15, pp. 1563-1566, 1992
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