Converted phases from sharp 1000 km depth mid-mantle heterogeneity beneath Western Europe

Volume: 459, Pages: 196 - 207
Published: Feb 1, 2017
Abstract
Until recently, most of the lower mantle was generally considered to be well-mixed with strong heterogeneity restricted to the lowermost several hundred kilometres above the core–mantle boundary, known as the D″ layer. However several recent studies have started to hint at a potential change in Earth's structure at mid-mantle depths beneath the transition zone. Here we present a continental-wide search of Europe and the North Atlantic for...
Paper Details
Title
Converted phases from sharp 1000 km depth mid-mantle heterogeneity beneath Western Europe
Published Date
Feb 1, 2017
Volume
459
Pages
196 - 207
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