NL 1989-1992



Station list & data



Station Location Latitude (° N) Longitude (° E) Elev (m)
NE04 Witteveen, NL 52.813 6.668 17
NE05 Utrecht, NL 52.088 5.172 2
NE15 Valkenburg, NL 50.867 5.785 100
NE31 Losser, NL 52.265 7.006 35
NE32 Kootwijk, NL 52.179 5.812 40
NE33 Membach, B 50.609 6.007 250
NE34 Mettingen, D 52.311 7.771 122
NE35 Billerbeck, D 51.972 7.348 166
NE36 Bochum, D 51.442 7.270 85
NE38 Dalfsen, NL 52.504 6.259 3
NE39 Krefeld, D 51.342 6.537 40
NE40 Winterswijk, NL 51.975 6.735 37
NE41 Zyfflich, D 51.824 5.974 13m
NE42 Fort Lent, NL 51.863 5.851 25


References

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Alsina, D., and R. Snieder, Small-scale sublithospheric continental mantle deformation: constraints from SKS splitting observations, Geophys. J. Int., 123, pp. 431-448, 1995.


Alsina, D., and R. Snieder, Constraints on the velocity structure beneath the Tornquist-Teisseyre zone from beamforming analysis, Geophys. J. Int., 126, 205-218, 1996.


Paulssen, H., S. Van der Lee, and G. Nolet, The NARS-Netherlands Project, IRIS Newsletter, 9 (4), 1-2, 1990.


Paulssen, H., B. Dost, and T. van Eck, The April 13, 1992 earthquake of Roermond (The Netherlands); first interpretation of the NARS seismograms, Geologie en Mijnbouw, 71, 91-98, 1992.


van der Lee, S., H. Paulssen, and G. Nolet, Variability of P660s phases as a consequence of topography of the 660 km discontinuity, Phys. Earth Planet. Inter., 86, 147-164, 1994.