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Velocities and propagation characteristics of Pn and Sn beneath the Himalayan Arc and Tibetan Plateau; possible evidence for underthrusting of Indian continental lithosphere beneath Tibet



Velocities and propagation characteristics of Pn and Sn beneath the Himalayan Arc and Tibetan Plateau; possible evidence for underthrusting of Indian continental lithosphere beneath Tibet



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DOI: 10.1130/0091-7613(1982)10<179:vapcop>2.0.co;2


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