Supplemental dataset from: Initial acoustoelastic measurements in olivine: Investigating the effect of stress on P- and S-wave velocities

Taryn Traylor, Pamela Burnley & Matthew Whitaker
It is well known that elasticity is a key physical property in the determination of the structure and composition of the Earth and provides critical information for the interpretation of seismic data. This study investigates the stress-induced variation in elastic wave velocities, known as the acoustoelastic effect, in San Carlos olivine. A recently developed experimental ultrasonic acoustic system, the Directly Integrated Acoustic System Combined with Pressure Experiments (DIASCoPE), was used with the D-DIA multi-anvil apparatus...
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