P & S Waves to Strains-liquid solid interface

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Welcoming any relevant literature!
 

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Welcome to PF.
Since this is the Earth Sciences thread, the obtuse title probably refers to some seismic issue. I'm not going to guess any more.
 
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What has one tried to find? The title seems to be copied of a title of an article.

P and S wave separation at a liquid-solid interface
https://www.crewes.org/Documents/ResearchReports/1995/1995-12.pdf
Thanks I hadn't seen that article before, but I will read it! Looking to understand the qualities of the strain field near the solid-liquid interface given:

1) quiescent liquid sitting above the solid below
2) thermal conduction that begins through the fluid conducting to the interface with the solid below
3) same species/material
4) 1D thermal conduction
 

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