abstract

The surface motion arising from a plane dilatational wave striking the base of a layered system is obtained by Fourier synthesis using the frequency dependent transmission coefficients which may be computed by the Haskell-Thomson matrix method. Theoretical seismograms illustrating the effect of thin, low-velocity surface layers on the surface motion are constructed from the transmission coefficients of four crustal models.

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