His scientific interests lie mostly in Seismology, Subduction, Mantle, Seismic wave and Geophysics. His study in the field of Seismic velocity is also linked to topics like Transverse plane. His Subduction research incorporates elements of Slab and Continental crust.
His work in Mantle tackles topics such as Convection which are related to areas like Upwelling, Rift valley and Lithosphere. Robert W. Clayton focuses mostly in the field of Seismic wave, narrowing it down to matters related to Tomography and, in some cases, Least squares, Jacobi method, Image, Noise and Weighting. Robert W. Clayton interconnects Induced seismicity and Anomaly in the investigation of issues within Geophysics.
Seismology, Subduction, Crust, Mantle and Geophysics are his primary areas of study. As part of his studies on Seismology, Robert W. Clayton frequently links adjacent subjects like Structural basin. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Slab, Receiver function and Volcanic belt.
His study ties his expertise on Slab suction together with the subject of Slab. His primary area of study in Crust is in the field of Continental crust. His Mantle study frequently involves adjacent topics like Transition zone.
Robert W. Clayton spends much of his time researching Seismology, Subduction, Ambient noise level, Mantle and Crust. His Seismology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Slab and Attenuation. Robert W. Clayton has included themes like Continental crust and Volcanic belt in his Subduction study.
Robert W. Clayton combines subjects such as Surface wave, Dispersion and Noise with his study of Ambient noise level. Mantle is a subfield of Geophysics that Robert W. Clayton investigates. His Crust study incorporates themes from Transition zone and Autocorrelation.
Robert W. Clayton mostly deals with Seismology, Crust, Ambient noise level, Subduction and Transition zone. His work is dedicated to discovering how Seismology, Magnitude are connected with Igneous rock and other disciplines. His research integrates issues of Lithosphere and Plate tectonics in his study of Crust.
He has researched Ambient noise level in several fields, including Seismic noise and Noise. The various areas that Robert W. Clayton examines in his Subduction study include Slab, Mantle and Volcanic belt. Robert W. Clayton works mostly in the field of Transition zone, limiting it down to concerns involving Autocorrelation and, occasionally, Structural basin and Virtual source.
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Lower mantle heterogeneity, dynamic topography and the geoid
Bradford H. Hager;Robert W. Clayton;Mark A. Richards;Robert P. Comer;Robert P. Comer.
Finite difference simulations of seismic scattering: Implications for the propagation of short‐period seismic waves in the crust and models of crustal heterogeneity
Arthur Frankel;Robert W. Clayton.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1986)
Time series modelling and maximum entropy
Tad J. Ulrych;Rob W. Clayton.
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors (1976)
A Born-WKBJ inversion method for acoustic reflection data
Robert W. Clayton;Robert H. Stolt.
Constraints on the Structure of Mantle Convection Using Seismic Observations, Flow Models, and the Geoid
Bradford H. Hager;Robert W. Clayton.
Adaptation of back projection tomography to seismic travel time problems
Eugene Humphreys;Robert W. Clayton.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1988)
Source shape estimation and deconvolution of teleseismic bodywaves
Rob W. Clayton;Ralph A. Wiggins.
Geophysical Journal International (1976)
The SCEC Southern California Reference Three-Dimensional Seismic Velocity Model Version 2
Harold Magistrale;Steven Day;Robert W. Clayton;Robert Graves.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2000)
High-resolution 3D shallow crustal structure in Long Beach, California: Application of ambient noise tomography on a dense seismic array
Fan Chi Lin;Dunzhu Li;Robert W. Clayton;Dan Hollis.
The origin of deep ocean microseisms in the North Atlantic Ocean
Sharon Kedar;Michael Longuet-Higgins;Frank Webb;Nicholas Graham.
Proceedings of The Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences (2008)
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