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Determination of the Earth's structure based on intermediate-period surface wave recordings of tidal gravimeters: a case study
Earth, Planets and Space
AbstractTidal gravimeters can detect intermediate-period surface waves with high accuracy. Three gravimetric stations with estimated transfer functions and co-located with seismic stations were selected: two in Belgium (Membach and Rochefort, in Western Europe) and one in Germany (Black Forest, in Central Europe). The compatibility of gravimetric and seismic recordings of earthquakes in the period range of 10-180 s has been presented. The series of monochromatic signals separated from surfacedoi:10.1186/s40623-022-01712-4 fatcat:vwmuyqdezbfcncatghuxomnqtq