text01.docxWord 2007 document159Ktext01.docx Additional details on receiver function computation, H-k stacking, and error analysis. A brief discussion about the effects of refraction on wide-angle Vp/Vs estimates is also included.
fs01.pdfPDF document268Kfs01.pdf Stacked receiver functions from stations along the N-S trending W-line, including station D20 from the NW-trending D-line.
fs02.pdfPDF document2078Kfs02.pdf Receiver function gathers and stacked traces for stations D02 and D05 in the Carolina terrane using Gaussian values of 2.5 and 5.0.
fs03.pdfPDF document1652Kfs03.pdf Receiver function gathers and stacked traces for stations D15, D17, and W35 using a Gaussian value of 2.5.
fs04.pdfPDF document833Kfs04.pdf H-k stacks for selected SESAME and TA stations.
fs05.pdfPDF document344Kfs05.pdf Stacked receiver function traces for selected TA stations projected onto a NW-trending line passing through stations V50A and Z54A.
fs06.pdfPDF document467Kfs06.pdf Map showing the Ps delay times for selected SESAME and TA stations.
ts01.xlsxExcel 2007 spreadsheet52Kts01.xlsx Crustal thickness and Vp/Vs estimates for selected SESAME stations
ts02.xlsxExcel 2007 spreadsheet50KSupporting Information
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