Exploiting Seismic Waveforms

Correlation, Heterogeneity and Inversion

; Andreas Fichtner

Developments in seismology including correlation techniques, heterogeneity and waveform inversion, illustrated with observational examples. Les mer
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Developments in seismology including correlation techniques, heterogeneity and waveform inversion, illustrated with observational examples.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Introduction; Part I: Building the Seismic Wavefield: 2. Stratified Media; 3. Laterally Varying Media; 4. The Reflection Field; Part II: Correlation Wavefields: 5. Correlations and Transfer Functions; 6. Correlations and Interferometry; 7. Correlations and Ambient Noise; 8. Coda Correlations; 9. Correlations in Receiver Studies; Part III: Interaction of Seismic Waves with Heterogeneity: 10. Deterministic and Stochastic Heterogeneity; 11. The Effects of Heterogeneity; 12. Scattering and Stochastic Waveguides; 13. Multi-scale Heterogeneity; Part IV: Inversion for Earth Structure: 14. Inference for Structure; 15. Gradient Methods for Nonlinear Inversion; 16. Adjoint Methods and Sensitivity Analysis; 17. Waveform Inversion of Event Data; 18. Waveform Inversion of Correlation Data; 19. New Directions; Appendix: Table of Notation; Bibliography; Index.

Om forfatteren

Brian Kennett is Emeritus Professor of Seismology at the Australian National University. His research interests are directed towards understanding the structure of the Earth from seismological observations. He is the recipient of numerous awards and medals for his work and is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Sciences and the Royal Society (London). He the author of more than 300 research papers and nine books. Andreas Fichtner is Professor of Seismology and Wave Physics at ETH Zurich. His work is focused on the development of waveform tomography methods using high-performance computing, and their application in seismology and medical imaging. He is the recipient of several awards, including the 2011 Aki award of the American Geophysical Union, and is the editor or author of three other books.