The European Arctic: A Laboratory for Seismoacoustic Studies

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Steven John Gibbons , Vladimir Asming, Lars Eliasson, Andrei Fedorov, Jan Fyen, Johan Kero, Elena Kozlovskaya, Tormod Kværna, Ludwik Liszka, Sven Peter Näsholm


We describe the seismoacoustic monitoring network in Fennoscandia and North West Russia and present how it is being used to characterize infrasound studies in that part of the world. The history of the infrasound array network is presented, together with a description of array processing considerations, and examples of infrasound signals recorded from repeating explosions.



Earth Sciences, Geophysics and Seismology, Physical Sciences and Mathematics


Seismology, infrasound, Array Processing, European Arctic, arrays, military explosions, mining explosions, seismoacoustic, stratospheric phases, thermospheric phases


Published: 2017-11-08 04:32


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