Oceanographic and Geophysical Tomography
by Y. Desaubies, A. Tarantola, J. Zinn-Justin
Publisher: North-Holland 1990
Number of pages: 463
A quite complete review of the tomographic methods for both, the Solid Earth and the Oceans, with chapters written by well known specialists. These texts are expanded (and well written) versions of the lessons given by the authors during the 50-th session (Oceanographic and geophysical tomography) of the Les Houches school on theoretical physics.
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