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3D Shear-wave Velocity Imaging by Ambient Seismic Nosie Tomography

3D Shear-wave velocity imaging are of particular interest for engineering seismology. In order to obtain information about the local subsoil structure, we present a one-step inversion procedure based on the computation of high frequency correlation functions between stations of a seismic array deployed for recording ambient seismic noise. The results imply that the cross section from passive seismic interferometry provide a clear image of the local structural heterogeneities and the shear-wave velocities are satisfactorily reproduced.