A gravity-derived Moho model for South America: source code, data, and model results from "Fast non-linear gravity inversion in spherical coordinates with application to the South American Moho"
datasetposted on 2016-10-07, 16:07 authored by Leonardo UiedaLeonardo Uieda, Valeria C. F. BarbosaValeria C. F. Barbosa
Published in the Geophysical Journal International: https://doi.org/10.1093/gji/ggw390
The gravity-derived Moho model for South America is in file model/south-american-moho.txt
The image file "south-american-moho.png" is a preview of the model along side the differences between our model and the seismological estimates of Assumpção et al. (2013, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tecto.2012.11.014). In this figure, dotted lines represent the boundaries between major geologic provinces. AD: Andean Province, AFB: Andean foreland basins, AM: Amazonas Basin, BR: Brazilian Shield, BO: Borborema province, CH: Chaco Basin, GB: Guyana Basin, GU: Guyana Shield, PB: Parnaíba Basin, PC: Parecis Basin, PR: Paraná Basin, PT: Patagonia province, SF: São Francisco Craton, SM: Solimões Basin. Solid orange lines mark the limits of the main lithospheric plates. AF: Africa Plate, AN: Antarctica Plate, CA: Caribbean Plate, CO: Cocos Plate, SA: South America Plate, SC: Scotia Plate, NZ: Nazca Plate. The solid light grey line is the 35 km Moho depth contour.
This is snapshot of the git repository hosted on Github:
See file README.md for information about running the code and reproducing the rests.
An open-access postprint PDF of the article can be found at:
All source code is available under the BSD 3-clause license (see LICENSE.md).
The model results in file model/south-american-moho.txt are available under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License (CC-BY).