ILIHA 1988-1989



Station list & data



Station Location Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elev (m)
NE13 Puertollano, ES 38.685 -4.091 700
NE14 Granada, ES 37.190 -3.595 774
NE17 Toledo, ES 39.881 -4.049 480
NE19 Logronjo, ES 42.458 -2.503 445
NE20 Almeria, ES 36.853 -2.460 65
NE21 Manteigas, PT 40.403 -7.537 815
NE22 Malaga, ES 36.728 -4.411 60
NE24 Alicante, ES 38.355 -0.487 35
NE25 Ebro, ES 40.821 0.493 51
NE26 Santiago d/C, ES 42.886 -8.552 245
NE27 Evora, PT 38.532 -8.013 235
NE28 Zamora, ES 41.414 -5.755 720
NE30 El Torn, ES 42.160 2.645 245


References

Alsina, D., R. Snieder, and V. Maupin, A test of the great circle approximation in the analysis of surface waves, Geophys. Res. Lett., 20, 915-918, 1993.


Alsina, D., Broadband seismological data studies; Validity of assumptions in surface wave studies and detailed structure of the upper mantle, Geologica Ultraiectina, 138, 163 pp., 1996.


Badal, J., V. Corchete, G. Payo, L. Pujades and J.A. Canas, Imaging of shear-wave velocity structure beneath Iberia, Geophys. J. Int., 124, 591-611, 1996.


Diaz, J., J. Gallart, A. Hirn, and H. Paulssen, Anisotropy beneath the Iberian Peninsula: The contribution of the ILIHA-NARS broad-band experiment, Pure Appl. Geophys., 151, 395-405, 1998.


Paulssen, H., The Iberian Peninsula and the ILIHA project, Terra Nova, 2, 429-435,1990.


Paulssen, H., A.L. Levshin, A.V. Lander, and R. Snieder, Time and frequency dependent polarization analysis: anomalous surface wave observations in Iberia., Geophys. J. Int., 103, 483-496, 1990.


Paulssen, H., and J. Visser, The crustal structure in Iberia inferred from P-wave coda, Tectonophysics, 221, 111-123, 1993.