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Six regionally extensive upper-crustal seismic refraction profiles in southwest New Mexico
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in Denver, Colo
Written in English
|Other titles||Six regionally extensive upper crustal seismic refraction profiles in southwest New Mexico., 6 regionally extensive upper-crustal seismic refraction profiles in southwest New Mexico.|
|Statement||by Hans D. Ackermann, Leroy W. Pankratz, and Douglas P. Klein.|
|Series||Open-file report -- 94-695., U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 94-695.|
|Contributions||Pankratz, Leroy W., Klein, Douglas P., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 18 leaves|
|Number of Pages||18|
Seismic observation of an extremely magmatic accretion at the ultraslow spreading Southwest Indian Ridge Jiabiao Li 1, Hanchao Jian2,3, Yongshun John Chen2, Satish C. Singh3, Aiguo Ruan, Xuelin Qiu4, Minghui Zhao4, Xianguang Wang2, Xiongwei Niu1, Jianyu Ni1, and Jiazheng Zhang4 1Second Institute of Oceanography, State Oceanic Administration, Hangzhou, China, 2Institute of Theoretical Cited by: A very similar model was more recently obtained by Averill and Miller () from an east-west seismic refraction/reflection survey along the New Mexico-Chihuahua border. and the seismicity recorded by RESNES during –, the region southwest of Keller G.R., , Crustal structure determined from a new wide-angle seismic profile.
Crustal and upper mantle structures in the West Philippine Basin, along °N, have been determined using explosions as sources and ocean bottom seismometers to measure refracted compressional waves. Seismic refraction profiles out to nearly km were by: 1. Journal Article: Crustal structure in central New Mexico interpreted from the Gasbuggy explosion.
AGI completed multi-profile seismic surveys to help investigate subsurface conditions beneath a beach area where horizontal wells for a desalination system were proposed. Several survey lines were setup across the area to record higher-resolution reflection, refraction, and multi-channel analysis of surface waves (MASW) data. Abstract. Reprocessed pre-stack depth migrated seismic data from Mexican water and a regional refraction profile (E Texas to abyssal plain) are integrated with other deep penetration seismic data and used to evaluate basement structure and type around the Gulf of Mexico in relation to models for passive margin formation.
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Ackermann, Leroy W. Pankratz, and Douglas P. Klein. Ackermann, Hans D. The data are on six profiles located in the region from the Mexican border northward to about 32 ° 30' N, and from the Arizona-New Mexico border eastward to the Rio Grande river. Topic category: Geology. Buy Six regionally extensive upper-crustal seismic refraction profiles in southwest New Mexico (SuDoc I ) by Hans D.
Ackermann (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hans D. Ackermann. TWO SEISMIC REFRACTION PROFILES IN THE WEST PHILIPPINE SEA1 M.
Henry,2 D. Karig,3 and G. Shor, Jr.2 INTRODUCTION The results of two reversed refraction profiles made in the west Philippine Sea by Thomas Washington on Cruise Tasaday V in September are presented.
SSQ expendable military sonobuoys were used asCited by: A 2-D upper crustal structural profile with seven steeply dipping faults was constructed from the Los Angeles Region Seismic Experiment phase II (LARSE II) seismic refraction data recorded over the north central Transverse ranges and adjacent Mojave desert in southern by: Data from 11 seismic refraction profiles reveal that onshore Ireland mean crustal velocities range between and km s−1 with crustal thickness of –32 km.
Superimposed on a three. Regional magnetic anomaly data along with seismic reflection and refraction data were used to further constrain the location of the WMTF. Three 2D gravity models revealed the location of the WMTF approximately km offshore eastern Mexico at its furthest point and extending onshore in southern Mexico.
1 Geology geology, seismic refraction profiles, southwestern New Mexico, Southwestern NM Six regionally extensive upper-crustal seismic refraction profiles in Southwest New Mexico Ackermann, H.D., L.W.
Pankratz, D.P. Klein U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report Electronic file (DJVU) USGS publication search. data are on six profiles located in the region from the Mexican border northward to about 32° 30' N, and from the Arizona-New Mexico border eastward to the Rio Grande : Hans D.
Ackermann, Leroy W. Pankratz, Douglas P. Klein. Three thousand kilometres of multichannel (MCS) and wide-angle seismic profiles, gravity and magnetic, multibeam bathymetry and backscatter data were recorded in the offshore area of the west coast of Mexico and the Gulf of California during the spring (CORTES survey).
The seismic images obtained off Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, in the Jalisco subduction zone extend from the Cited by: 8. 1-D seismic refraction velocity model. Data used to produce the 1-D seismic velocity model comes from a wide-angle reflection/refraction experiment that was conducted in May along an E–W transect from El Paso, Texas, westward through southern New Mexico (Fig.
1; Averill et al., ). The experiment consisted of instruments from Cited by: MASW versus Refraction Seismic Method in terms of acquisition and processing of data and the accuracy of estimation of velocity profiles.
Aayush Kesarwani, Aditi Sharma*, Chirag Jain, Indian School of Mines Summary Near surface geophysical surveys commonly involve determination of seismic velocities and hence subsoil Size: KB. Structure of the Basins and Ranges, Southwest New Mexico, an Interpretation of Seismic Velocity Sections: Usgs Open-File Report [Douglas P.
Klein, Gerda a. Abrams, Patricia L. Hill] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) is a scientific organization created inand is part of the U.S. government. A reversed seismic-refraction profile was recorded between Santa Monica Bay, California, and Lake Mead, Nevada, during November Depth to the Mohorovičić discontinuity was determined to be approximately 29 km at Santa Monica Bay, 36 km under the Transverse Ranges, 26 km under the Mojave Desert, and 30 km at Lake Mead.
Han Wu, Wai-Fan Wong, Zhaohui Yang, Peter B Wills, Jorge L. Lopez, Yingping Li, Bastian Blonk, Ben Hewett, Albena Mateeva; Dual-well 3D vertical seismic profile enabled by distributed acoustic sensing in deepwater Gulf of by: The seismic sequences happened during March–AprilOctober –Juneand 5–15 February at about km west of the Pacific-North America plate boundary.
The strong shaking from initial earthquakes of the first two sequences prompted the installation of temporary seismic stations in the by: 1. The Xolapa terrain outcrop covers about km from Papanoa, Guerrero, to the Isthmus of Tehuantepec (Campa & Coney ) along a 50– km width belt roughly parallel to the Pacific southern coast of Acapulco-Pinotepa region is located entirely in the Xolapa terrain and its metamorphic basement is represented by the Xolapa by: 3.
The reversed profiles are best fit by a model which includes: (a) a thin upper crustal layer with velocities of – km/s; (b) a fairly thick km/s layer; (c) a relatively thick layer of unusually high crustal velocity, km/s, which is commonly found among the first arrivals and may be interpreted from later arrivals in all the Cited by: 1.Two seismic refraction-wide angle reflection profiles made in the Western Cordillera of the Colombian Andes show high, upper crustal (0 to 15 km) velocities: the compressional velocity increases from km/sec at the surface to km/sec at 6 km depth and to km/sec at 11 km depth; the shearFile Size: 1MB.Abstract.
This report presents a geologic appraisal of seismic velocity sections that profile a total of km in southwest New Mexico west of Las Cruces and south of Lordsburg and Deming.
The present work outlines the contribution of these velocity sections to estimating areas favorable for mineral resource occurrences.