Lithospheric Structure Across the Northern Canadian Cordillera from Teleseismic Receiver Functions

Azadeh Ashoori Pareshkoohi
A major change in seismic velocities between Earth’s crust and mantle is known as the Mohorovicic discontinuity (Moho). The depth of the Moho plays an important role in characterizing the overall structure of the crust and can be related to the tectonic setting of a region. Teleseismic P-wave receiver function techniques can provide estimates of the depth of the Moho and therefore crustal thickness under a broadband station. In this research we are interested in...
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