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Wide-angle observations of ALP 2002 shots on the TRANSALP profile: Linking the two DSS projects

Bleibinhaus, F., E. Brückl, and ALP 2002 Working Group (2006), Wide-angle observations of ALP 2002 shots on the TRANSALP profile: Linking the two DSS projects, Tectonophysics, 414(1-4), 71-78, doi:10.1016/j.tecto.2005.10.027.

Abstract
Dynamite shots of the crustal-scale refraction seismic project ALP 2002 were recorded by an array of 40 seismological three-component stations on the TRANSALP profile. These observations provide a direct link between the two deep seismic projects. We report preliminary results obtained from these data. In a first approach, we verified the TRANSALP refraction seismic velocity model computing travel times for several shots and comparing them to the new observations. The results generally confirm this model. Significant first-break travel time differences in and near the Tauern Window are explained by anisotropy. Large-scale features of the model, particularly the Moho structure, seem to be continuous towards the east. Travel time residuals of wide-angle reflections indicate a slight east-ward dip component of the Adriatic Moho.
BibTeX
@article{id187,
  author = {F. Bleibinhaus and E. Br{\"u}ckl and ALP 2002 Working Group},
  journal = {Tectonophysics},
  number = {1-4},
  pages = {71-78},
  title = {{Wide-angle observations of ALP 2002 shots on the TRANSALP profile: Linking the two DSS projects}},
  volume = {414},
  year = {2006},
  language = {en},
  doi = {10.1016/j.tecto.2005.10.027},
}
EndNote
%0 Journal Article
%A Bleibinhaus, F.
%A Brückl, E.
%A Working Group, ALP 2002
%D 2006
%N 1-4
%V 414
%J Tectonophysics
%P 71-78
%T Wide-angle observations of ALP 2002 shots on the TRANSALP profile: Linking the two DSS projects
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