AuthorsSchuster, Gerard T.
KAUST DepartmentEarth Science and Engineering Program
Physical Science and Engineering (PSE) Division
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AbstractControlled-source interferometry and ambient-noise interferometry are becoming important tools in earth science. Ambient-noise interferometry is already one of the most important methods for obtaining high-resolution imaging of the crust and upper mantle from dense continent-sized arrays. It also is valuable for estimating the temporal changes in bulk properties of the earth after a large tectonic event. Additional applications include landslide monitoring, temporal changes in the moon's velocity variations, and time-lapse changes in volcanic environments.
CitationSchuster, G. T. (2014). 5. Seismic Interferometry. Encyclopedia of Exploration Geophysics, Q1–1–Q1–41. doi:10.1190/1.9781560803027.entry5
PublisherSociety of Exploration Geophysicists