An increasing number of earth scientists use teleseismic data for investigations of local, regional, and global geoscientific problems. The open access to global data makes this possible also for scientists outside the formal and informal communities of seismologists who produce and quality‐control these global data sets. In order to investigate the crust and upper mantle structure in the region of southern Scandinavia, Europe, we acquired waveform data from temporary stations contributed by several European instrument pools. The mobile station arrays were deployed in different time intervals (Fig. 1). One of the investigation methods was absolute travel time tomography. Here,...

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