The SEAL project commenced with the deployment of 20 short period seismometers in southern New South Wales and northern Victoria in early November 2004. Station spacing within the array varies between approximately 50-80 km, which should allow good resolution of the lithospheric mantle using teleseismic arrival time tomography. The array spans a significant region of the Lachlan Orogen and crosses into the eastern part of the Delamerian Orogen. All instruments were retrieved in early April 2005, resulting in a 5 month deployment period during which numerous distant earthquakes were recorded. The locations of the 20 stations are shown below.
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