Utilizing Results from InSAR to Develop Seismic Location Benchmarks and Implications for Seismic Source Studies

Waveforms for Candidate Events

Figure 4 - Waveforms for two candidate events are shown for station MAKZ around the P (left, 1-sec high-pass filter, time-aligned on P arrival) and Rayleigh arrivals (right, 15-30 sec band-pass filter, absolute time). The P-waves display a similarity suggesting a common mechanism. The offset in the Rayleigh waves indicates a separation of ~30 km between the two events, relative to station MAKZ

Introduction | Surface Rupture | Data and Velocity Models | Synthetic Tests and Relocation Procedure | Search for Secondary Rupture Event | Relocation Results | Waveforms for Candidate Events | Relocation of Candidate Events | Conclusions and Recommendations | References