3 edition of The 1997 Los Angeles basin passive seismic experiment found in the catalog.
The 1997 Los Angeles basin passive seismic experiment
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in Menlo Park, Calif
Written in English
|Other titles||Los Angeles basin passive seismic experiment|
|Statement||by Monica D. Kohler, Bryan C. Kerr, and Paul M. Davis.|
|Series||Open-file report -- 00-148, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 00-148.|
|Contributions||Kerr, Bryan C., Davis, Paul M., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||109|
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Home > Browse Collections > Pacific Section of AAPG > Book/Publication Petroleum Geology of Coastal Southern California, The AAPG/Datapages Combined Publications Database Pacific Section of . Pub. Id: A () First Page: 35 Last Page: 79 Book Title: M Active Margin Basins Article/Chapter: Structural Geology and Tectonic Evolution of the Los Angeles Basin, California: Chapter 3: PART 1 Subject Group: Basin or Areal Analysis or Evaluation Spec. Pub. Type: Memoir Pub. Year: Author(s): Thomas L. Wright Abstract: The Los Angeles basin formed in late Neogene time on a.
northern Los Angeles area and to explore the origin of the Hollywood basin and its possible effect on the seismic hazard in this heavily populated area. GEOLOGIC HISTORY The major structural elements of the study area are the Los Angeles Basin and Santa Monica Mountains. The Cenozoic Los Angeles Basin, containing moreCited by: 1. For example, shaking levels double from the edge of the Los Angeles Basin, where the sediments are thin, to the middle of the basin, where sediments reach a thickness of more than 6 kilometers (4 miles). A basin depth calculator can be used to determine this thickness under specific areas of .
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In18 seismic stations were installed in the Los Angeles basin to record teleseismic, regional, and local earthquakes. The goals of the experiment were to quantify amplification of ground motion due to variations in sedimentary environments and subsurface structures, and to examine the tectonic extensional and compressional history of the Los Angeles basin and San Gabriel Mountains by.
The Los Angeles Basin Passive Seismic Experiment; a dense, urban seismic array to investigate basin lithospheric structures Open-File Report By: Monica D. Kohler. Get this from a library.
The Los Angeles basin passive seismic experiment: a dense, urban seismic array to investigate basin lithospheric structures. [Monica D Kohler; Bryan C Kerr; Paul M Davis; Geological Survey (U.S.)].
The Los Angeles Basin Passive Seismic Experiment Kohler, M. D., & Davis, P. Crustal Thickness Variations in Southern California from Los Angeles Region Seismic Experiment Passive Phase Teleseismic Travel Times. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 87(5). Monica D Kohler has written: 'The Los Angeles basin passive seismic experiment' -- subject(s): Seismic arrays, Seismic prospecting, Earthquake hazard analysis Asked in Authors, Poets, and.
Monica D Kohler has written: 'The Los Angeles basin passive seismic experiment' -- subject(s): Seismic arrays, Seismic prospecting, Earthquake hazard.
The objective of the passive seismic experiment is to measure vibrations of the lunar surface produced by all natural and artificial sources of seismic energy and to use these data to deduce the.
The goal of the Los Angeles Region Seismic Experiment (LARSE 93) passive phase was to collect waveform data from local and distant earthquakes to study lower crust and upper mantle structural features in southern California, particularly under the San Gabriel Mountains and San Andreas LA approximately 88 stations were deployed in a km-long, linear array Cited by: Paul Davis currently works at the Department of Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences (ESS), University of California, Los Angeles.
Paul does research in Volcanology, Tectonics and Physics of the. Basin Delineation with a Hour Passive Seismic Record by Elmer Ruigrok, Xander Campman, and Kees Wapenaar Abstract Several geophysical methods exist to delineate the lower interface of a sedimentary basin.
Most popularly employed are gravity and magnetic surveys and surface-wave inversion. While all three methods are successful overall in. Name: Diagram: Description: Active Seismic Experiment (ASE) Through the use of seismology the internal structure of the Moon could be determined to several hundred feet underground.
The ASE consisted of three major components. A set of three geophones was laid out in a line by an astronaut from the Central Station to detect the explosions. A mortar package was designed to lob a set of four.
Evaluating Seismic Potential of Active Faults in Los Angeles Basin with 2- and 3-D Mechanical Models HQ-GR (Cooke and Pollard,Roering et al, ). C Figure 2: Some of the kinematic cross-sections analyzed in this paper. A and B taken from Davis, Namson & Yerkes, and C from Wright, We analyse 3 yr of continuous seismic records from broad-band stations of the Caltech Regional Seismic Network (CI) in vicinity of the Los Angeles basin.
Using correlations of ambient seismic noise, relative velocity variations in the order of per cent Cited by: Los Angeles Regional Seismic Experiment, Part II (LARSE II)--A Seismic Imaging Survey Located in: San Fernando basin, Santa Monica, Santa Susana, and San Gabriel Mountains, and Mojave Desert Prepared by: United States Geological Survey Middlefield Rd.
Menlo Park, CA Janice Murphy () Gary Fuis () The Apollo 14 Passive Seismic Experiment (PSE) was placed on the lunar surface as part of the Apollo 14 ALSEP package.
The PSE was designed to detect vibrations and tilting of the lunar surface and measure changes in gravity at the instrument location. The vibrations are due to internal seismic sources and external (meteoroids and impacts from the spent S-IVB and LM ascent stages).Acronym: PSE.
the potential of passive seismic. What is passive seismic. First, let’s be clear on what I mean by passive seismic. Passive seismic is seismic imaging using sources of opportunity. Rather than the standard airguns, vibrators, or dynamite that a crew usually puts to good use, a passive seismic crew merely deploys an array of receivers and.
Seismic Waveform Modeling in the Los Angeles Basin titative values of the strike (relative to the backazimuth) and dip of the plane of maximum polarization of incom- ing waves, rather than the more qualitative indications of waveform polarization found in particle motion plots. University of Oregon.
(, February 10). Los Angeles Basin long overdue for major earthquake: Lake-effect theory sinks, but quake timing questions go on. ScienceDaily. These man-made crashes produced seismic events of known times and locations and helped to calibrate the network of seismometers.
The Passive Seismic Experiment produced several important scientific results: Knowledge of Lunar Interior Structure. Like the Earth, the Moon has a crust, mantle, and core. Data report for the Los Angeles region seismic experiment (LARSE93), Southern California; a passive study from Seal Beach northeastward through the Mojave Desert: Series title: Open-File Report: Series number: DOI: /ofr Edition-Year Published: Language: ENGLISH: Publisher: U.S.
Dept. of the Interior, Geological. this view of the seismic hazards affecting urban Los Angeles. The Whittier Narrows earthquake, which occurred on a south-vergent blind thrust fault just east of downtown Los Angeles, focused attention on the seismic hazards associated with the numerous structures located within the Los Angeles by: 83 short-period and broadband seismometers in greater Los Angeles for six months.
Leader, technical design, financial, deployment, operational, data management, and field assistant management of the Los Angeles Basin Passive Seismic Experiment deploying 18 short-period seismometers in southeastern Los Angeles County for nine months.
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