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Three-dimensional seismic structure beneath Australia Deployment SA

Also known as: SA
The Australian National University
Dr Hrvoje Tkalcic (Managed by) Professor Brian L. N. Kennett (Aggregated by) Professor Robert van der Hilst (Aggregated by)
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hrvoje.tkalcic@anu.edu.au

Full description

This data set composes of recordings made in the first deployment of portable seismometers for the SKIPPY project. The objective of the SKIPPY project was to map the three-dimensional structure beneath the Australian continent. The recordings were made between 1993 and 1996 using groups of portable broad band seismographs deployed across regions of Australia to record the seismic energy from distant earthquakes.
It was not possible to cover the whole continent at one time with the available hardware so the data was collected in stages, with the instruments moving between regions for each deployment. Each station includes a deployment mnemonic (SA, SB, SC, etc.) and a station number.

Significance statement

This collection is part of the first continental scale collection of seismological data for Australia.

Data time period: 06 1993 to 10 1993

Data time period: 06 1993 to 08 1993

Data time period: 05 1993 to 10 1993

Data time period: 05 1993 to 10 1993

Data time period: 05 1993 to 10 1993

Data time period: 05 1993 to 09 1993

Data time period: 05 1993 to 10 1993

Data time period: 05 1993 to 10 1993

This dataset is part of a larger collection

143.180000,-13.960000

143.18,-13.96

144.480000,-17.360000

144.48,-17.36

142.670000,-20.340000

142.67,-20.34

140.140000,-22.940000

140.14,-22.94

144.270000,-23.200000

144.27,-23.2

148.310000,-22.890000

148.31,-22.89

146.780000,-26.030000

146.78,-26.03

150.890000,-25.710000

150.89,-25.71

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