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Title: A QUANTITATIVE EVALUATION OF THE MICRO SEISMIC ACTIVITIES IN THE FAR FIELD
Authors: Asor, Vincent
Okeke, E.O.
Keywords: RAYLEIGH FUNCTION
DOMINANT FREQUENCY
DOUBLE FREQUENCY MODES
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: Boll. Geof. Teor. Appl (International J. of Earth Sciences)
Series/Report no.: Vol.41, N2;149-158
Abstract: The paper presents a derivation of the governing equations for microseisms in the far field. These equations are for small amplitudes oscillating earth’s tremors associated with bottom pressure effects of the generating swell in shallow water. In this consideration, it is verifiedthat far field microseisms oscillation are damped and the limiting values of the process is suggested. Also evaluated is the depth decay of the micro seismic signals
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1068
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