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Title Krauklis wave in a stack of alternating fluid-elastic layers Permalink https://escholarship.org/uc/item/5378t86g Author Korneev, V.A. ABSTRACT The Krauklis wave is a slow dispersive wave mode that propagates in a fluid layer bounded by elastic media. In a model of alternating fluid and elastic layers, two interface waves can exist at low frequencies: The first wave propagates mostly in the elastic layer and has little dispersion, while the second wave can have strong dispersion anddoi:10.1190/geo2011-0086.1 fatcat:ibyapaorpvd7tosmwpqmdkda44