Receiver functions of the southern ANTILOPE-1 array (2017JB 014490)

The dataset used in the study of paper 2017JB 014490 includes P and S receiver functions calculated from the southern stations of ANTILOPE-1 array deployed in the western Tibet.

Tibetan Plateau, receiver functions, ANTILOPE-1
:QiangXu :Building 3, Courtyard 16, Lincui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101, China
:xuqiang@itpcas.ac.cn

Data content: P and S receiver functions.

Data format: Q-files format which can be processed with the help of Seismic Handler (SH) software.

Subject: Geophysics.

The dataset as a zipped file contains two folders, which are named as ANTILOPE-1-PRF and ANTILOPE-1-SRF, where PRF and SRF denote P receiver functions and S receiver functions, respectively. The data of P and S receiver functions are put into their corresponding folders.

The geophysical group led by Prof. Junmeng Zhao at Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

A spiking deconvolution in the time domain is used to calculate the P and S receiver functions.

All the receiver functions have been visually inspected to remove the bad traces that obviously different from the majority.

The dataset is applied to explore the lithospheric structure.

Data should be used for academic research under the AGU data policy guidelines. No user is allowed to transfer the data to any third party. Users are suggested to refer to the following information:

Xu, Q., Zhao, J.M., Yuan, X. H., Liu, H. B. & Pei, S. P. (2017). Detailed configuration of the underthrusting Indian lithosphere beneath western Tibet revealed by receiver function images. 

 

DOI: 10.11888/Geophys.tpe.249474.file
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Receiver functions of the southern ANTILOPE-1 array (2017JB 014490)