WACRATON - Seismic deployments in Western Australia 2000-2001

The 2000-2001 deployment of broad-band instruments is designed to try to understand the crustal variations associated with the cratons of Western Australia and to provide improved coverage of the western part of the continent using surface wave paths to compensate for equipment problems encountered in the later stages of the SKIPPY project.

Figure 1: The configuration of broad-band seismic recorder deployments in the WACRATON project (WR,WS,WT,WV,WX) and permanent stations indicated in grey.

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