CAUGHT Science

The seismological data acquired from the CAUGHT network will provide faculty and students with an opportunity to investigate the tectonic history of the Central Andes and address outstanding questions related to convergent-margin tectonism in general.

 
 
Ward, K. M., Porter, R. C., Zandt, G., Beck, S. L., Wagner, L. S., Minaya, E., Tavera, H., 2013. Ambient noise tomography across the Central Andes, Geophysical Journal International; doi: 10.1093/gji/ggt166
 
The Under-side of the Andes: Using Receiver Functions to Map the North Central Andean Subsurface; Jamie Ryan, Susan L. Beck, George Zandt, Lara Wagner, Estela Minaya, and Hernando Tavera ~ 2012 AGU Fall Meeting
 
The Structure of the Crust and Uppermost Mantle Beneath the Central Andes from Ambient Noise Tomography; Kevin M. Ward, Ryan C. Porter, George Zandt, Susan L. Beck, Estela Minaya, Hernando Tavera, Lara S. Wagner, and Maureen D. Long ~ 2012 IRIS Workshop
 
Preliminary Results From the CAUGHT Experiment: Investigation of the North Central Andes Subsurface Using Receiver Functions and Ambient Noise Tomography; Jamie Ryan, Kevin M. Ward, Ryan Porter, Susan L. Beck, George Zandt, Lara Wagner, Estela Minaya, and Hernando Tavera ~ 2011 AGU Fall Meeting