Upper Mantle Structure in and around the Indian sub-continent
The structure of the Upper Mantle has been studied from the P-wave travel times, using the computation of Dowling and Nuttli. Results indicate the presence of a low velocity layer 140 km below the M-discontinuity and its thickness is estimated as about 50 km. A steep velocity gradient below the low velocity layer explains the observed results.
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