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As a condition of download you are agreeing to acknowledge the use of these models in any publications. Please use the following references:

    Moho Depth:

    Salmon, M.; Kennett, B.L.N., Stern, T. and Aitken, A.R.A. The Moho in Australia and New Zealand , Tectonophysics, 609, 288-298, 2013, doi:10.1016/j.tecto.2012.07.009

    Aitken A.R.A., Salmon M.L. & Kennett B.L.N. Australia's Moho: A test of the usefulness of gravity modelling for the determination of Moho depth, Tectonophysics, 609, 468-479, 2013. doi: 10.1016/j.tecto.2012.06.049.

    Crustal Model:

    Salmon, M.; Kennett, B. & Saygin, E. Australian Seismological Reference Model (AuSREM): Crustal Component, 2013, Geophysical Journal International, 192, 190-206, doi:10.1093/gji/ggs004

    Mantle Model:

    Kennett, B. & Fichtner, A. & Fishwick, S. & Yoshizawa, K., Australian Seismological Reference Model (AuSREM): Mantle Component, 2013, Geophysical Journal International, 192, 871-887 , doi:10.1093/gji/ggs065

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Crustal Model:
The primary product is the P wavespeed model. The S wavespeed and density are derived from this model using formulae described in Salmon et al 2013.

Mantle Model:
The primary result is the SV wavespeed model for which there is the most control. The P wavespeed, density and attenuation models are derived from SV using the formulae described in Kennett et al 2013.
The SH wavespeed model had been derived separately, a smoother model is also provided that has more similar character to the SV model.

Last updated 14 August 2018