2020-09-28T05:45:43Zhttp://doidb.wdc-terra.org/oaip/oaioai:doidb.wdc-terra.org:68052020-02-26T10:16:10ZDOIDBDOIDB.GFZ
10.5880/GFZ.1.3.2020.001
The mantle flow velocity and maximum principal stress orientation calculated by use of a geodynamical model
Petrunin, Alexey; Kaban, Mikhail
The mantle flow velocity and maximum principal stress orientation calculated by use of a geodynamical model
2020
Potsdam, Germany
GFZ Data Services
http://dx.doi.org/10.5880/GFZ.1.3.2020.001
EARTH SCIENCE
SOLID EARTH
TECTONICS
PLATE TECTONICS
STRESS
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SOLID EARTH
TECTONICS
EARTH SCIENCE
SOLID EARTH
geoscientificInformation
Geodynamic model
calculated velocity field
maximum principal stress
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Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum GFZ
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In the data set we provide both mantle velocity and maximum principal stress orientation resulting from a geodynamical model. The data are calculated with use of the ProSpher 3D code in a spectral domain by spherical harmonics decomposition. The resolution of the model is of 120 spherical harmonics laterally and 50 km in depth. For velocity data (file set: Petrunin-etal19-Vel_XXX.dat), the 1st column represents longitude, 2nd column – latitude, 3d, 4th , 5th – longitudinal, latitudinal, and radial components of velocity in mm/yr, correspondingly. For maximum principal stress orientation data (file set: Petrunin-etal19-SH_XXX.dat), the 1st column represents longitude, 2nd column – latitude, 3d, 4th – longitudinal and latitudinal components of the unit vector representing maximum principal stress direction.
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