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The emerging picture of Earth's deep interior from seismic tomography indicates more complexity than previously thought. The presence of seismic anisotropy in Earth's upper mantle (Ekstrom and Dziewonski, 1998), transition zone (Chen and Brudzinski, 2003), and lower mantle (van der Hilst and Karason, 1999) highlights the importance of fully anisotropic elasticity data from mineral physics. D. Jacob sen et al. g. g. , 2001). Several methods have been newly developed or applied to measuring the elastic constants of materials at elevated pressures and temperatures.
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