The free oscillations of the earth excited by three strongest earthquakes of the past decade according to deformation observationsстатья

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[1] The free oscillations of the earth excited by three strongest earthquakes of the past decade according to deformation observations / V. K. Milyukov, M. P. Vinogradov, A. P. Mironov et al. // Izvestiya - Physics of the Solid Earth. — 2015. — Vol. 51, no. 2. — P. 176–190. Based on the deformation data provided by the Baksan laser interferometer-strainmeter measurements, the free oscillations of the Earth (FOE) excited by the three strongest earthquakes of the past decade are analyzed. These seismic events include the Great Sumatra-Andaman earthquake that occurred in 2004 in the Indian Ocean, the Mauli earthquake of 2010 in Chile, and the Great Tohoku earthquake of March 2011 in Japan. The frequency-time structure of the free oscillations is studied, and the pattern of interaction between the modes with close frequencies (cross-coupling effect) is explored. For each earthquake, the correspondence of the observed FOE modes to the model predictions by the PREM model is investigated. A reliable consistent shift towards the high frequency of the toroidal modes with angular degree l = 12–19 is revealed. The maximal energy density of the toroidal oscillations is concentrated in the upper mantle of the Earth. Therefore, the established effect corresponds to the higher velocity of the shear waves in the upper mantle than it is predicted by the PREM model. [ DOI ]

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