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This thesis proposes a framework for ground roll removal based on regularized inversion. Both ground roll and reflections are represented in the frequency-space (f - x) domain as a linear function of unknown complex amplitudes. An inversion algorithm is developed to estimate the coefficients that...
A new approach to estimate high-resolution receiver functions using a simultaneous iterative time-domain sparse deconvolution is presented. To test its functionality and reliability, several experiments were conducted with synthetic and real seismological data. Furthermore, this technique was...
Numerical Simulations of Anelastic and Boussinesq Rotating Convection with Radial Entropy Gradient Boundary ConditionsDownload
Observations from the gas giants Jupiter or Saturn allow for researchers to construct geophysical fluid dynamical numerical models in an attempt to replicate the observed features. Most models aim at replicating the zonal jets and the eddies observed on these gas giants to understand how they are...
In this dissertation we focus on numerical models of rotating anelastic convection, in particular the entropy boundary condition, with application to the giant planets. The first chapter details atmospheric features of giant planets and the numerical formulation of anelastic convection. The...