Using Shear Wave Travel Time Correction Surfaces to Improve Regional Seismic Location in China


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Introduction | Generation of Propagation Path Correction (PPC) Surfaces | Ground Truth Comparisons
Ground Truth Comparisons Using LANL S Picks | Focal Mechanism Comparison | Conclusions and Future Work | References