Could the IMS Infrasound Stations Support a Global Network of Small Aperture Seismic Arrays?
Mykkeltveit, Svein; Kværna, Tormod; Gibbons, Steven;
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The IMS infrasound arrays have up to 15 sites with apertures up to 3 km. They are distributed remarkably uniformly over the globe, providing excellent coverage of South America, Africa, and Antarctica. Therefore, many infrasound arrays are in regions thousands of kilome... View more