How to cite

If you make use of SeisLib in your work, we would be grateful if you could reward our efforts by citing the following article

Magrini, F., Lauro, S., Kästle, E. & Boschi, L., 2022. Surface-wave tomography using SeisLib: a Python package for multi-scale seismic imaging. Geophys. J. Int., ggac236,

Depending on the use you made of SeisLib, we kindly ask you to also consider the references below. Thank you very much!

Phase Velocity from Seismic Ambient Noise

Kästle, E., Soomro, R., Weemstra, C., Boschi, L. & Meier, T., 2016. Two-receiver measurements of phase velocity: cross-validation of ambient-noise and earthquake-based observations. Geophys. J. Int., 207, 1493-1512

Rayleigh-Wave attenuation from Seismic Ambient Noise

Boschi, L., Magrini, F., Cammarano, F., & van der Meijde, M. 2019. On seismic ambient noise cross-correlation and surface-wave attenuation. Geophys. J. Int., 219(3), 1568-1589

Magrini, F. & Boschi, L., 2021. Surface-wave attenuation from seismic ambient noise: numerical validation and application. J. Geophys. Res., 126, e2020JB019865

Magrini, F., Boschi, L., Gualtieri, L., Lekić, V. & Cammarano, F., 2021. Rayleigh‑wave attenuation across the conterminous United States in the microseism frequency band. Scientific Reports, 11, 1-9

Phase Velocity from Teleseismic Earthquakes

Magrini, F., Diaferia, G., Boschi, L. & Cammarano, F., 2020. Arrival-angle effects on two-receiver measurements of phase velocity. Geophys. J. Int., 220, 1838-1844

Least-squares imaging of surface-wave velocity