|FDSN code||YB (2013-2015)||Operated by||University of Missouri (MU) (Mizzou)|
|Network name||Continental Dynamics/Central Anatolian Tectonics: Surface to mantle dynamics during collision to escape (CDCAT)||Deployment region||United States of America|
|Start year||2013||End year||2015|
We propose to conduct a multi-scale passive-source broadband seismic experiment that will create high-resolution images of the crust and upper mantle in central Turkey. We propose a 2-year 60 station broadband deployment with a dense array (30 stations) in and near the Central Anatolian Fault Zone (CAFZ) embedded in a regional network (30 stations) that will provide a 3D image of the crust and upper mantle seismic velocity structure.The dense array will correlate with field sites along the CAFZ. The sparser array will allow us to vastly improve the resolving power of the KOERI national seismic network by tying together the stations from other portable seismic networks including along the NAF and the station along the southern coast of Turkey.
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.7914/SN/YB_2013|
Eric Sandvol (2013): Continental Dynamics/Central Anatolian Tectonics: Surface to mantle dynamics during collision to escape. International Federation of Digital Seismograph Networks. Dataset/Seismic Network. 10.7914/SN/YB_2013
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