Ground Truth Aftershock Locations in Tibet Using Results from InSAR



Addition of regional picks helps reduce scatter of both teleseismic and regional locations and appears to stabilize locations
Notable teleseismic and regional location biases


Using PPCs clusters events near fault with and without teleseismic data
Fixing depth helps with regional locations using PPCs (poor depth control)


Using mainshock as master event produces some changes for some smaller event locations, but no general shift
Comparison of EDR to PPC only solutions with fixed depth shows better event clustering near fault
No aftershock near secondary rupture for all solutions

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