The usage of seismic ambient noise has recently proved its efficiency in different contexts, from imaging to monitoring. The impulse response (or Green’s function [GF]) between two sensors can be reconstructed from the correlation of seismic noise recorded (Campillo and Paul, 2003). This method has provided excellent results in imaging the Earth’s interior, from global to regional or local scales. More recently, the method was extended to study time‐dependent variations in those GF. A change in the delay times might originate from a change in the medium velocity or from a dramatic change in the position of the...

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