Podrobnosti záznamu

Název
    Anisotropic lithosphere under the Fennoscandian shield from P receiver functions and SKS waveforms of the POLENET/LAPNET array
Autor
    Achauer, U.
    Guiguet, R.
    Hausmann, H.
    Hurskainen, R.
    Jämsen, T.
    Jedlička, Petr
    Kissling, E.
    Kozlovskaya, E.
    Makeyeva, L.
    Oreshin, S.
    Pedersen, H.
    Pequegnat, C.
    Peregoudov, D.
    Plomerová, Jaroslava
    Sanina, I.
    Silvennoinen, H.
    Vinnik, L.
Jazyk
    anglicky
Typ dokumentu
    článek v odborném periodiku
Zdrojový dokument - seriál
    Tectonophysics
Svazek/č.
    Roč. 628, July
Strany
    s. 45-54
Rok
    2014
Poznámky
    doplnit autory
    Projekt: IAA300120709, GA AV ČR3cav_un_auth*0228940
    Rozsah: 10 s. : P
Předmětová kategorie
    asthenosphere
    lithosphere
    mantle flow
    receiver functions
    seismic anisotropy
    shear-wave splitting
Klíčové slovo
    Anisotropic
    Array
    Fennoscandian
    Functions
    Lithosphere
    POLENET/LAPNET
    Receiver
    Shield
    SKS
    Waveforms
Abstrakt (anglicky)
   Seismic azimuthal anisotropy is the key evidence of the past and present strains in the upper mantle. The standard analysis of shear-wave splitting with the SKS techniques is useful in mapping lateral variations but it is insensitive to depth of anisotropy and to variations of anisotropy with depth. To retrieve the depth localized anisotropy under the Fennoscandian shield, we inverted P-wave receiver functions of the POLENET/LAPNET array in northern Finland jointly with SKS recordings. Shear-wave anisotropy of similar to 2.5% with the fast direction of 40 degrees-60 degrees in a depth range from the Moho to similar to 110 km is a robust result of the inversion. The obtained direction is nearly normal to the azimuth of the maximum horizontal compressional stress in the lithosphere, but a recent origin of this anisotropy is in doubt. This anisotropy may be frozen since the Precambrian, but it shows no clear relation with the trends of the Precambrian tectonics.
   The upper anisotropic layer accounts for similar to 40% of shear-wave splitting in SKS, and to explain the rest another anisotropic layer is required.
Přispěvatel
    AV ČR Brno, Geofyzikální ústav
Kód přispěvatele
    AV ČR, GFÚ
Zdrojový formát
    U
Datum importu
    23. 10. 2014