The 4-D evolution of topography is a complex scientific topic in geosciences that requires interdisciplinary efforts. In Europe, increased attention toward this research topic was originally coordinated by the TOPO-EUROPE initiative (Cloetingh et al. 2007), which has led to a continent-wide research program under the auspices of the European Science Foundation. One project within that framework is titled “TopoScandiaDeep— the Scandinavian Mountains: Deep Processes,” which aims at developing a self-consistent geophysical model for the lithosphere-asthenosphere system under southern Norway and at understanding the mechanisms that led to mountain-building far away from the plate boundary. A major component of...
MAGNUS—A Seismological Broadband Experiment to Resolve Crustal and Upper Mantle Structure beneath the Southern Scandes Mountains in Norway
- Share Icon Share
C. Weidle, V. Maupin, J. Ritter, T. Kværna, J. Schweitzer, N. Balling, H. Thybo, J. I. Faleide, F. Wenzel; MAGNUS—A Seismological Broadband Experiment to Resolve Crustal and Upper Mantle Structure beneath the Southern Scandes Mountains in Norway. Seismological Research Letters ; 81 (1): 76–84. doi: https://doi.org/10.1785/gssrl.81.1.76
Download citation file: