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USGS Menlo Park
Long Valley Caldera Full Waveform Tomography
||Jan. 1, 1996
Sept. 15, 2016
Data described here was used in Flinders et al. 2018 as source data for a full waveform ambient noise tomography project centered around the Long Valley Caldera, California. Source seismograms were Rayleigh-wave ambient noise cross-correlations, derived from all seismic stations within 150 km of the caldera over the past 26 years, supplemented with Rayleigh-wave records from eleven large regional earthquakes (Figure 1, Data Table 1/2). The compiled data set includes Empirical Green’s Functions (EGF) from the ambient noise cross-correlations and earthquake seismograms. Earthquake records have had their instrument responses removed and bandpass filtered over the range 1-40s. Only waveforms used in at least one iteration for at least one tomographic frequency band are included; 2396 EGFs and 141 earthquake seismograms.
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