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Volume 16 Number 1
  • E-ISSN: 1365-2478

Abstract

Abstract

Deep seismic sounding was performed along two profiles which cross at the Dinarides area right angles. One of the profiles goes far into the Adriatic Sea.

Besides considerations on the lithophysical conditions, characteristics of the registered waves are analysed. The amplitude curves and curves of amplitude ratios are shown. Special attention was paid to the frequency of the registered waves.

In order to obtain a better knowledge of the registered wave pattern three‐component recordings of waves were carried out. The analysis of the records obtained is given, with particular regard to the possibility of creating converted waves.

The Earth's crust structure along the profiles II and III is given.

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2006-04-27
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References

  1. Dragašrević, T., 1966, Some Characteristics of Deep Seismic Sounding in Dinarides Region. Reported at the International Symposium on Earth's Crust Structure in Kiev (USSR), org. by Acad. Sci. USSR. Geophysical Investigation of Earth Crust Structure in Southeast Europe, Nauka , Moskva , 1967.
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