Time-lapse video for delay-time kernel

Author: Li-Yu Kan (1) & Li Zhao (2)
(1) Department of Earth Sciences, National Central University, Taoyuan, Taiwan
(2) School of Earth and Space Sciences, Peking University, Beijing, China

A movie showing the Vp and Vs delay-time kernel. Made with mc kernel.


Source depthStation DistanceLink
500 km105 deghttps://sgylab.gl.ntu.edu.tw/kernel_video/PS_dep500_105deg.mp4
100 km150 deghttps://sgylab.gl.ntu.edu.tw/kernel_video/PS_dep100_150deg.mp4
20 km60 deghttps://sgylab.gl.ntu.edu.tw/kernel_video/PS_dep20_60deg.mp4

High-pass 100s filtered (zero phase)

Source depthStation DistanceLink
500 km105 deghttps://sgylab.gl.ntu.edu.tw/kernel_video/PS_dep500_105deg_hp.mp4
500 km
130 deghttps://sgylab.gl.ntu.edu.tw/kernel_video/PS_dep500_130deg_hpR.mp4
100 km150 deghttps://sgylab.gl.ntu.edu.tw/kernel_video/PS_dep100_150deg_hp.mp4
100 km180 deghttps://sgylab.gl.ntu.edu.tw/kernel_video/PS_dep100_180deg_hp.mp4
20 km105 deg(not finished)

Inner-core Sensitive PKP Phases

Sensitivities of Finite-frequency Body Waves: Inner-core Sensitive PKP Phases

  1. The AxiSEM backward wavefield database utilized the reciprocity theorem of Green’s function and can further extract the synthetic seismograms with arbitrary source-receiver pair and focal mechanism.

  2. PKIKP and PKPbc delay time kernels show a classical banana-doughnut patterneven in a 1 Hz frequency, and PKPab kernels show a counter-banana-doughnut shape intheouter core.


甘禮有 Li-Yu Kan
Master’s Thesis: Sensitivities of Finite-frequency Body Waves: Inner-core Sensitive PKP Phases