Pyrocko - Green's Mill

Browse and download pre-calculated Green's function stores

This online repository holds pre-calculated Green's function stores for seismic waveform and static displacement forward-modelling at different spatial scales and sampling rates.

You can download a GF store with Fomosto: fomosto download kinherd <store_id>.

For more information on Pyrocko Green's function stores see Pyrocko's documentation, or a the list of store types.


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Tip: Searching for a Crust2x2 Profile at a coordinate? Use this snippet to find the corresponding Crust2.0 type:
import pyrocko.crust2x2
profile = pyrocko.crust2x2.get_profile(lat=21.43, lon=5.)
>>> type, name: H1, early/mid Proter., no seds.
>>> ...
Green’s tensor component and configuration types for GF stores. Configuration types A and B stand for rotation-symmetric mediums with common-depth receivers (A) or variable-depth receivers (B). Configuration type C is used for three-dimensional media and variable receiver postions:
Source TypeReceiver Distances
Contig Types A & B
elastic10Moment tensorall
elastic8Moment tensorfar-field only
elastic5Single forceall
poroelastic10Flow rarte, pressurenear-field (quasi-static)
Config type C
elastic18Moment tensorall


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