Surface projected global horizontal seismic S-wave velocity anomaly maps for different mantle depths revealing the two large low shear-wave velocity provinces (LLSVPs).

Surface projected global horizontal seismic S-wave velocity anomaly maps for different mantle depths revealing the two large low shear-wave velocity provinces (LLSVPs) below the Pacific (named Jason) and Africa (named Tuzo). Shown is the S10MEAN model based on Doubrovine et al. (2016) averaging 10 tomography models allowing to compare relative variations in S-wave velocity. The Scientific colour map ‘batlow‘ is used to represent data accurately and to all readers.

  • Creator: Fabio Crameri
  • This version: 31.10.2021
  • License: Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0)
  • Specific citation: This graphic by Fabio Crameri based on data compiled by Doubrovine et al. (2016) is available via the open-access s-Ink repository.
  • Related references: Doubrovine, P. V., Steinberger, B., and Torsvik, T. H. (2016), A failure to reject: Testing the correlation between large igneous provinces and deep mantle structures with EDF statistics, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 17, 1130– 1163, doi:10.1002/2015GC006044.
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