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grl29031-sup-0002-txts01.pdfPDF document152KText S1. Details of the methods used for determining our shear model, error analyses and recovery tests.
grl29031-sup-0003-fs01.pdfPDF document1784KFigure S1. Two-dimensional phase velocity maps at 8, 10, 12, 15, 20, 25, 30, and 33s determined using ambient noise tomography.
grl29031-sup-0004-fs02.pdfPDF document653KFigure S2. Two-dimensional phase velocity maps at 35 and 40s.
grl29031-sup-0005-fs03.pdfPDF document208KFigure S3. Results of the 1-D best fit shear inversion.
grl29031-sup-0006-fs04.pdfPDF document5858KFigure S4. Shear wave velocity deviation maps for 5, 15, 25, 30, 40, 50, 55, and 60 km depths.
grl29031-sup-0007-fs05.pdfPDF document1556KFigure S5. Shear wave velocity deviation maps for 65 and 70 km depths.
grl29031-sup-0008-fs06.pdfPDF document1616KFigure S6. Shear wave velocity deviation maps in the lower crust, just above the Moho, and uppermost mantle, just below the Moho.
grl29031-sup-0009-fs07.pdfPDF document867KFigure S7. Period averaged misfit map shows the RMS misfit between the observed phase velocities and predicted phase velocities computed from the 3-D Vs model.
grl29031-sup-0010-fs08.pdfPDF document1593KFigure S8. Shear velocity model standard deviations at 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, and 40 km depths.
grl29031-sup-0011-fs09.pdfPDF document1361KFigure S9. Shear velocity model standard deviations at 45, 50, 55, 60, 65, and 70 km depths.
grl29031-sup-0012-fs10.pdfPDF document1191KFigure S10. Recovered anomalies from the Yellowstone low velocity anomaly recovery tests: 8%, 1° × 1° anomaly directly under the Yellowstone caldera.
grl29031-sup-0013-fs11.pdfPDF document1207KFigure S11. Recovered anomalies from the Yellowstone low velocity anomaly recovery tests: −8%, 1° × 1° anomaly to the west of Yellowstone caldera, under the Snake River Plain.
grl29031-sup-0014-fs12.pdfPDF document5244KFigure S12. Locations of additional shear wave velocity cross-sections in Figures S13–S15.
grl29031-sup-0015-fs13.pdfPDF document1100KFigure S13. Shear wave velocity deviation cross-sections, C-C′ and D-D′.
grl29031-sup-0016-fs14.pdfPDF document1243KFigure S14. Shear wave velocity deviation cross-sections through the High Lava Plains: E-E′, F-F′, and G-G′.
grl29031-sup-0017-fs15.pdfPDF document1332KFigure S15. Shear wave velocity deviation cross-sections through the Yellowstone-Snake River Plain; H-H′, I-I′, and J-J′.

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