Lithosphere
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Lithosphere
THE CONTINENTAL LITHOSPHERE
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Artemieva I.M., 2011.
The lithosphere:
An interdisciplinary
approach
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Cambridge University Press,
Monograph,
794 pp., ISBN 9780521843966.

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EUNAseis: CRUSTAL STRUCTURE OF EUROPE, GREENLAND
                AND THE NORTH ATLANTIC REGION
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  1. to acknowledge the authorship by providing references to the original publications;
  2. do not use the databases for commercial purposes;
  3. do not incorporate the databases, in full or in part, into any other databases (datasets)
    without a written permission from the author(s).
Irina M. Artemieva
Geology Section, IGN
University of Copenhagen
Øster Voldgade 10
Copenhagen DK-1350
Denmark
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  • EUNAseis is a new digital crustal model for Moho depth and crustal structure in Europe, Greenland,
    Iceland, Svalbard, European Arctic shelf, and the North Atlantic Ocean (72W–62E, 30N–84N).

  • EUNAseis model includes both Vp velocity and thickness of five crustal layers, including:
  • the sedimentary cover,
  • the upper crust,
  • the middle crust,
  • the lower crust,
  • the high-Vp lowermost crust,
  •    and the upper mantle Pn velocity.

  • Our compilation is based on digitization of original seismic profiles and Receiver Functions from ca. 650
    publications which provides a dense regional data coverage.
  • Exclusion of non-seismic data allows application of the database to potential field modeling.
Reference:
Artemieva I.M. and Thybo H., 2013.
EUNAseis: a seismic model for Moho and crustal structure in Europe, Greenland, and the North Atlantic region.
Tectonophysics, 609, 97-153