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YW (2000-2001): North China Experiment 2000-2001

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FDSN code YW (2000-2001) Network name North China Experiment 2000-2001
Start year 2000 Operated by
End year 2001 Deployment region -

The Archean North China Craton (NCC) has been tectonically modified and lost its thick lithospheric keel during the Mesozoic and Cenozoic. The processes and mechanisms of the lithospheric modification and its appearance and the relation between different subregions of the NCC are still poorly understood. In order to construct a coherent structural image of the crust and uppermost mantle, 65 stations with an average spacing of about 10 km in North China have been deployed.
Number of Stations: 65
Channel types and rates: 3 channels at 40 samples/s continuous

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