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Single- and multi-component inversion of Rayleigh waves acquired bya single 3-component geophone: an illustrative case study
Acta geodynamica et geomaterialia
Rayleigh wave propagation can occur according to complex mode excitation such that the interpretation of the phase or group velocity spectra can be erroneous thus leading to wrong reconstruction of the subsurface shear-wave velocity profile. In this paper, we present a case study solved by considering the holistic analysis of the Rayleigh waves recorded by a single 3-component (3C) geophone and inverted by considering the groupvelocity spectra of the radial and vertical components together withdoi:10.13168/agg.2017.0024 fatcat:ud5dnge6fjdznbucsav2vtq4oe