Category: Microseism

Unveiling Earth’s Secrets: Exploring Spectral Whitening and Seismic Interferometry for Microseism Analysis

Spectral Whitening: Improving Seismic Data Analysis and Interpretation Spectral whitening is a fundamental technique in seismic data analysis that plays a critical role in improving the interpretation and understanding of subsurface structures and processes. This technique is widely used in geoscience and microseismic studies to mitigate the effects of noise and improve the signal-to-noise ratio

What could be causing microseisms on Mars?

What could cause microseisms on Mars? Microseisms are subtle, low-frequency vibrations observed on Mars. These miniature marsquakes have been a topic of great interest and intrigue among scientists studying the Red Planet. Understanding the causes of microseisms is crucial to unraveling the geological processes and internal dynamics of Mars. In this article, we explore some

What condition(s) need to be met to be able to determine the hypocenter of a microseism?

Determination of the hypocenter of a microseism 1. Availability of seismic network One of the basic requirements for determining the hypocenter of a microseism is the availability of a well-established seismic network. A seismic network consists of a network of seismic stations equipped with seismometers, which are sensitive instruments used to detect and record ground