Abstract

A comparison of the theoretical response of the short-period, vertical-component seismograph at Yellowknife to an underground explosion originating at the Nevada Test Site with a real seismogram indicates that the prime contributors to complexity are likely due to the following: (a) complex crustal reverberations at the N.T.S., (b) different phase arrivals, and (c) signal-generated noise at Yellow knife.

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