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XL (2002-2007): COnsortium for Arizona Reconnaissance Seismic Experiment

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FDSN code XL (2002-2007) Operated by None
Network name COnsortium for Arizona Reconnaissance Seismic Experiment (COARSE) Deployment region
Start date Jan. 1, 2002 End date Dec. 31, 2007
Short description

COARSE is a seismic array oriented SW-NE across the Colorado Plateau-Basin and Range regions in southern Arizona. The primary goals of the project are to measure crustal thickness, upper mantle velocity structure, mantle transition zone thickness variations, and seismic anisotropy parameters across the region. These preliminary data will be used to develop a compelling case for an EarthScope/USArray Flexible Array experiment that we hope to deploy when the Bigfoot component of USArray is installed across Arizona.

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