Three component shallow seismic mini-vibrator data of polar firn of Kohnen Station, East Antarctica


In 2012 we performed an active seismic experiment at Kohnen Station, (S 75.0041, E 0.0637), Antarctica. We recorded two perpendicular seismic profiles. The source was a minivibrator (ELVIS, wheelbarrow sized) producing a 30-240 Hz, 10 s linear sweep. The receivers were 24 3-component spiked geophones place at 10 m (parallel line 20120553) or 5 m separation (perpendicular line 20120554). The first arrivals from the diving wave of the correlated sweep records were used to derive elastic modeli from the firn. We present the raw uncorrelated sweeps, the correlated sweeps and stacks used in the publication Schlegel, R. et al. (2019).

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Creator Hofstede, Coen Matthijs ORCID logo; Schlegel, Rebecca ORCID logo; Diez, Anja ORCID logo; Freitag, Johannes ORCID logo; Lambrecht, Astrid; Mayer, Christoph ORCID logo; Miller, Heinrich ORCID logo; Eisen, Olaf (ORCID: 0000-0002-6380-962X)
Publisher PANGAEA
Publication Year 2021
Rights Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International;
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Resource Type Dataset
Format text/tab-separated-values
Size 417 data points
Discipline Earth System Research
Spatial Coverage (0.064 LON, -75.004 LAT); East Antarctica, Kohnen station