Receiver function imaging is an important tool for imaging the local and regional lithospheric structure beneath seismic arrays. The spatial density of stations and uniformity of their spacing in a given study area can strongly influence image quality. Sparsely distributed stations may produce distorted images and artifacts due to uneven spatial sampling. Reconstructing and resampling seismic wavefields to produce virtual stations within a regular, fine‐scale observation system can provide a more accurate image with fewer artifacts.

We developed a wavefield reconstruction method to accurately map teleseismic data from a sparsely spaced seismic network into a regular and fine‐scale observation system....

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