Magnetotelluric approximations for the asthenospheric depth beneath the Bekes Graben, Hungary

A. Ádám, L. Szarka, T. Steiner

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Abstract

The paper describes the apparent changes of the depth of the conducting asthenosphere caused by different EM field distortions beneath the 7km deep, narrow 3-D Bekes graben. The real depth of the asthenosphere is approximately first by 1-D inversion and 2-D modelling techniques to show their value in case of 3-D structure. Then, 3-D thin sheet model computations are used to select sites and curve orientation where the least distorted depth estimation is expected along a 2-D profile in case of 3-D structure. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationJournal of Geomagnetism & Geoelectricity
Pages761-773
Number of pages13
Volume45
Edition9
Publication statusPublished - 1993

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Ádám, A., Szarka, L., & Steiner, T. (1993). Magnetotelluric approximations for the asthenospheric depth beneath the Bekes Graben, Hungary. In Journal of Geomagnetism & Geoelectricity (9 ed., Vol. 45, pp. 761-773)

Magnetotelluric approximations for the asthenospheric depth beneath the Bekes Graben, Hungary. / Ádám, A.; Szarka, L.; Steiner, T.

Journal of Geomagnetism & Geoelectricity. Vol. 45 9. ed. 1993. p. 761-773.

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Ádám, A, Szarka, L & Steiner, T 1993, Magnetotelluric approximations for the asthenospheric depth beneath the Bekes Graben, Hungary. in Journal of Geomagnetism & Geoelectricity. 9 edn, vol. 45, pp. 761-773.
Ádám A, Szarka L, Steiner T. Magnetotelluric approximations for the asthenospheric depth beneath the Bekes Graben, Hungary. In Journal of Geomagnetism & Geoelectricity. 9 ed. Vol. 45. 1993. p. 761-773
Ádám, A. ; Szarka, L. ; Steiner, T. / Magnetotelluric approximations for the asthenospheric depth beneath the Bekes Graben, Hungary. Journal of Geomagnetism & Geoelectricity. Vol. 45 9. ed. 1993. pp. 761-773
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