Her primary areas of investigation include Seismology, Azimuth, Tectonics, Crust and Paraxial approximation. Her research integrates issues of Discontinuity and Petrology in her study of Seismology. Her work deals with themes such as Geodesy and Anisotropy, which intersect with Azimuth.
Her work carried out in the field of Anisotropy brings together such families of science as Receiver function, Mantle and Lithosphere-Asthenosphere boundary. Her Geometry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Initial value problem and Isotropy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Optics and Ray tracing in addition to Mathematical analysis.
Véronique Farra mainly investigates Anisotropy, Seismology, Mathematical analysis, Isotropy and Geophysics. The concepts of her Anisotropy study are interwoven with issues in Polarization, Geometry and Geodesy. Her Seismology research integrates issues from Discontinuity and Crust.
In Mathematical analysis, she works on issues like Classical mechanics, which are connected to Phase velocity. The Isotropy study which covers Ray tracing that intersects with Ray. Her Geophysics study combines topics in areas such as Low-velocity zone and Rayleigh wave, Surface wave.
Her primary areas of study are Anisotropy, Seismology, Seismic noise, Microseism and Geometry. Her Anisotropy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Isotropy, Reflection and Mathematical analysis. In the subject of general Mathematical analysis, her work in Christoffel symbols is often linked to Perturbation, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
Her work in Seismology addresses issues such as Body waves, which are connected to fields such as Storm. Véronique Farra has researched Seismic noise in several fields, including Acoustics, Seismogram, Rayleigh wave and Geophysics. Her study in Geometry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Magnetic dip and Linear combination.
Véronique Farra spends much of her time researching Seismology, Microseism, Receiver function, Normal moveout and Anisotropy. Her study in the fields of Aftershock, Focal mechanism and Fault under the domain of Seismology overlaps with other disciplines such as Humanities and Observatory. Her Receiver function research incorporates themes from Subduction, Thrust fault and Crust.
Véronique Farra interconnects Isotropy, Reflector and Mathematical analysis in the investigation of issues within Normal moveout. Her Anisotropy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Linear combination and Coordinate system. Her Geophysics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wave propagation and Surface wave.
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AZIMUTHAL ANISOTROPY IN THE EARTH FROM OBSERVATIONS OF SKS AT GEOSCOPE AND NARS BROADBAND STATIONS
Lev P. Vinnik;Veronique Farra;Barbara Romanowicz.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (1989)
Upper mantle stratification by P and S receiver functions
Véronique Farra;Lev Vinnik.
Geophysical Journal International (2000)
Teleseismic imaging of subducting lithosphere and Moho offsets beneath western Tibet
Gérard Wittlinger;Jérome Vergne;Paul Tapponnier;Véronique Farra.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2004)
Seismic waveform modeling in heterogeneous media by ray perturbation theory
Veronique Farra;Raul Madariaga.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1987)
Non-Linear Reflection Tomography
V. Farra;R. Madariaga.
Geophysical Journal International (1988)
Ray tracing in 3-D complex isotropic media: An analysis of the problem
Jean Virieux;Veronique Farra.
Complex lithospheric structure under the central Baltic Shield from surface wave tomography
Marianne Bruneton;Helle A. Pedersen;Véronique Farra;Nicholas T. Arndt.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2004)
Velocity shift in heterogeneous media with anisotropic spatial correlation
Nicole Girardin;Véronique Farra.
Geophysical Journal International (1998)
Low S velocity atop the 410-km discontinuity and mantle plumes
L. Vinnik;V. Farra.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2007)
High-resolution surface wave tomography beneath the Aegean-Anatolia region: constraints on upper-mantle structure
Gwénaëlle Salaün;Helle A. Pedersen;Anne Paul;Véronique Farra.
Geophysical Journal International (2012)
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