Deep Seismic Sounding and its Relation to other Seismic Methods
Over the last decade, a trend has become apparent in the development of geophysics — a trend toward planetary-scale studies, averaged to a large degree, in the search for a basic cause for regional and local geological behavior. This trend is represented not only by the use of already abundant data on the general structure of the earth, but also by the attainment of new levels in the development of methods and techniques for geophysical investigations, which now allow a more detailed study of the Earth’s structure. Deep seismic sounding is one of these new detail methods. Its appearance among the older seismic methods has made possible more specific studies of the crust.
KeywordsFocal Depth Crustal Structure Body Wave Shot Point Seismograph Network
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