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Qiangtang Block LB. B. •+ *' LB2 - MCT1 (d) MCT1 - QB1 (e) QB2 - QB1 (f) Fig. 1. Observeddifferentialresiduals (a) - (f) and eventlocations(g). The crosses represent possitivedifferentialresiduals. DIFFERENTIAL RESIDUALS 27 1924; Powell and Conaghan, 1973; Barazangi and Ni, 1993]. The cold downwellingsshould exhibit anoma1982],which causedthe uplift of the TibetanPlateau. The louslyhigh seismicvelocities. Whetheror not thereis a penetrationof the Indian lithosphereis believedto have lateralchangein the seismicvelocitiesacrossthe plateau reached to at least north-central Tibet.