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Title: Using Seismic Tomography to Estimate the Magnitude of Lateral Variation in effective Mantle Viscosity
Authors: Sammis, C.
Ivins, E.
Issue Date: 23-May-1994
Citation: American Geophysical Union
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Abstract: Recent tomographic views of mantle are used to estimate corresponding lateral variations in effective viscosity under the assumption that temperature fluctuations about spherically symmetric mean values are the sole source of shear wave velocity anomalies.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/33705
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