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**Previous questions/investigations** | **Previous questions/investigations** | ||

* Investigate 2D version of radiometer. If we were only interested in surface waves (intrinsically a 2D problem), then we could model the change in surface waves as a function of depth with a simple formula. The angular power spectrum for surface waves is the same at all depths up to an overall factor which decays exponentially with depth. However, we're interested in 3D. | * Investigate 2D version of radiometer. If we were only interested in surface waves (intrinsically a 2D problem), then we could model the change in surface waves as a function of depth with a simple formula. The angular power spectrum for surface waves is the same at all depths up to an overall factor which decays exponentially with depth. However, we're interested in 3D. | ||

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+ | **Slides** | ||

+ | * [[http://www.ligo.caltech.edu/~ethrane/stoch/tmp.pdf|turning depth]] (April 3, 2014) | ||

+ | * [[http://www.ligo.caltech.edu/~ethrane/stoch/turning_depth2.pdf|more on refraction]] (April 17, 2014) | ||

+ | * {{groups:homestake:diagnostics_noah_20140612.pdf|Noah's Update on P-wave Radiometer Simulations}} (June 12, 2014) |

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