Alice Adenis

PhD Student

Research

3-D Attenuation Model of the Mantle

Alice Adenis, Eric Debayle and Yanick Ricard

Attenuation model at 70 s

Keywords: Seismology, Rayleigh-wave attenuation, Upper mantle, Pacific ocean, Surface wave, Tomography

We invert for a 3-D attenuation model of the mantle using our Rayleigh-wave attenuation model QADR17.

Mapping the Rayleigh-wave Attenuation in the Mantle

Alice Adenis, Eric Debayle and Yanick Ricard

Attenuation model at 70 s

Keywords: Seismology, Seismic attenuation, Composition and structure of the mantle, Pacific Ocean, Surface wave, Tomography

Aim of the project: Use the attenuation data issued by Debayle and Ricard (2012) in order to build Rayleigh wave attenuation maps.

Download the Rayleigh-wave attenuation model: QADR17
The zip-file contains latitude, longitude and ln(Q) for the fundamental mode, between 40 and 240 s of period.

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In colaboration with Augury team

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A poster was presented at the EGU meeting in Vienna in 2017 (Augury page).
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Publications

Publications

  • Adenis, A., E. Debayle, & Y. Ricard (2017), Attenuation tomography of the upper mantle, Geophysical Research Letters, under review.

  • Adenis, A., E. Debayle, & Y. Ricard (2017), Seismic evidence for broad attenuation anomalies in the asthenosphere beneath the pacific ocean, Geophysical Journal International, in press, doi:10.1029/2000GL011389.

Oral Communications

  • Adenis A., Debayle E. et Ricard Y. (2015), Global Attenuation Model of the Upper Mantle, Abstract S42A-03, 2015 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, 14-18 Dec., Talk

  • Adenis A., Debayle E. et Ricard Y. (2015), Mapping Attenuation in the Upper Mantle, 5ème Congrès des doctorants de l'Observatoire de Lyon, Talk

  • Adenis A., Debayle E. et Ricard Y. (2014), Attenuation Tomography of the Upper Mantle, Abstract S43B-4544, 2014 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, 15-19 Dec., Poster

Contact

CV

En français (Février 2017): Télécharger au format .pdf

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Adress

Logo LGLTPE LGLTPE (Laboratoire de Géologie de Lyon : Terre, Planètes et Environnement)
Bâtiment Géode, 6 rue Raphaël Dubois, 69622 Villeurbanne, France

Email

alice.adenis_at_ens-lyon.fr

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