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Seismic refraction across the Limpopo magma-rich transform margin (South Mozambique)
Two seismic refraction models with coincident multichannel seismic reflection profiles allow us to obtain a detailed interpretation of the velocity structures across the margin. This comprehensive dataset provides (1) the delineation of the major crustal domains in the study area, which is continental onland; (2) P-wave velocities and major geological interfaces down to the Moho; and (3) the along-strike variations of the deep structures and indications of magmatism.
The interpretation of these seismic refraction models is related to the publication of Watremez et al. (in rev) Tectonics
Refraction seismic, Magma-rich Transform margin, P-waves velocities models
-22.5N, -26S, 39E, 33.5W
MicroOBS and onland seismic stations
all the picks and associated uncertainties of the MZ4 profile corresponding to Rayinvr's tx.in files.
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all the picks and associated uncertainties of the MZ5 profile corresponding to Rayinvr's tx.in files.
|2 Mo||TEXT||Processed data|
Model of MZ4 line corresponding to Rayinvr's v.in
|25 Ko||TEXT||Processed data|
Model of MZ5 line corresponding to Rayinvr's v.in
|39 Ko||TEXT||Processed data|
The AllData.pdf file shows the seismic records of all the sea-bottom and land- seismometers, organised as receiver gathers. A gentle bandpass filter (2-5-18-30 Hz) was applied for display purpose.
|66 Mo||Quality controlled data|