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  28. Rost, S., and J. Revenaugh, Small-scale ultra-low velocity zone structure resolved by ScP, J. Geophys. Res., 108, 10.1028/2001JB001627, 2003. PDF

  29. Rost, S., and J. Revenaugh, Detection of a D" discontinuity in the south Atlantic using PKKP, Geophys. Res. Lett., 30(16), 1840, doi:10.1029/2003GL017585, 2003.

  30. Frederiksen, A.W., and J. Revenaugh, Lithospheric imaging via teleseismic scattering tomography, Geophys. J. Int., in review, 2003.

  31. Rost, S. and J. Revenaugh, Small-scale changes of core-mantle boundary reflectivity, submitted to Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 2003.

  32. Rost, S., and J. Revenaugh, D" discontinuity and scattering at the CMB beneath Alaska, in preparation, 2003.

  33. Revenaugh, J., Apparent offset in seismicity and scattering along the San Jacinto Fault Zone, California, in preparation, 2003.

  34. Revenaugh, J. and E. Havens, A multiple ScS reverberation study of the upper mantle beneath South America, in preparation, 2003.

  35. Revenaugh, J. and C. Reasoner, High resolution imaging of the lowermost mantle beneath the southwestern Pacific, in preparation, 2003.

 

 

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