Subsurface Structure of the Santa Rosa Plain, California, from High-Resolution Seismic-Reflection Data (NEES-2007-0515)

By Robert Williams

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Title: Subsurface Structure of the Santa Rosa Plain, California, from High-Resolution Seismic-Reflection Data (NEES-2007-0515)

Year Of Curation: 2010

Description: The US Geological Survey (USGS) is collaborating in a seismic-imaging experiment using Thumper with personnel and equipment from the NEES facility at the University of Texas at Austin. The overall goal of this experiment is to provide high-resolution images of the sediment structure in the Santa Rosa Plain, California, which will in turn provide key constraints on earthquake hazard assessments in this growing urban center set in a seismically active region.

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PIs & CoPIs: Robert Williams

Dates: October 09, 2007 to Present

Organizations: Baylor University, TX, United States, National Science Foundation, NEES, inc.

Facilities: NEES, inc., National Science Foundation, University of Texas at Austin, TX, United States

Sponsor: NEHRP, USGS, NSF, NEES

Keywords: Santa Rosa Plain, Seismic Reflection Imaging, Subsurface Structure, Earthquake Hazard Assessment, Vibroseis Truck, Thumper, Compressional Wave

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  • Robert Williams (2017), "Subsurface Structure of the Santa Rosa Plain, California, from High-Resolution Seismic-Reflection Data (NEES-2007-0515)," https://datacenterhub.org/resources/14406.

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