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grl28998-sup-0002-txts01.pdfPDF document6686KText S1. Theoretical explanation of seismic interferometry in the context of quipartitioned wavefields and stationary phase, practical considerations when estimating Green's tensors and back projecting them into a volume, and proposed resolution and error accounting tests.
grl28998-sup-0003-fs01.pdfPDF document1027KFigure S1. Description of the methodology.
grl28998-sup-0004-fs02.pdfPDF document4136KFigure S2. Description of station specific probabilistic weighting functions.
grl28998-sup-0005-fs03.pdfPDF document755KFigure S3. Scattering depth slices versus tomography.
grl28998-sup-0006-fs04.pdfPDF document124KFigure S4. Back projection by assigning Green's function arrivals random look angles instead of deterministic ones.
grl28998-sup-0007-fs05.pdfPDF document322KFigure S5. Station reduction test, aiming to see how well the model can be recovered from smaller subsets of stations.
grl28998-sup-0008-fs06.pdfPDF document458KFigure S6. Three-dimensional correlation index falloff with 500 different station reduction tests.
grl28998-sup-0009-ms01.movQuickTime video573KAnimation S1. Animation demonstrating a gradual decrease in isosurface with the emergence of weaker scattering features.
grl28998-sup-0010-ms02.movQuickTime video1859KAnimation S2. Animation showing a 3D rotation of isosurface 46 for the main paper to show the full structure of the imaged volume.

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