Earth’s Structure, Core
Structure ofEarth’s core is referred to as the properties of velocity, density, attenuation, anisotropy, composition, and surface feature of Earth’s core and how these properties change with depth, geographic location, and time.
Attenuation is a measure of material’s ability to absorb energy as seismic waves pass through it.
Anisotropy is a material property that is directionally dependent.
Mushy zone is a layer of mixing solid inner core and liquid outer core materials.