The data of isotropic velocity and radial anisotropy in western Tibet

The data of isotropic velocity and radial anisotropy in western Tibet

This data comes from the result of teleseismic data, mainly including the velocity and radial anisotropic structures beneath western Tibet. In the process of processing, bandwidth filtering is adopted, and the filtering range is 0.05-2 Hz. Due to the use of teleseismic data, the cross-correlation method is used in the acquisition process to "align" the waveform. The data quality is good, because the extracted data are all from the earthquakes with magnitude greater than 5.0 located in the global seismic catalog, and each event has an obvious take-off point. The data can be used by other seismologists to reconstruct and analyze the underground structures in this area.

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File name: travel time data is stored in text format. The file name is anti-data.txt, where anti represents the Antilope plan of the project. Data reading mode: the file can be directly opened with a text program (such as Notepad). Specific instructions will also be listed separately in the document.

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Zhang, H. (2020). The data of isotropic velocity and radial anisotropy in western Tibet. A Big Earth Data Platform for Three Poles, DOI: 10.11888/Geo.tpdc.270331. CSTR: 18406.11.Geo.tpdc.270331. (Download the reference: RIS | Bibtex )

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