Summary: ELECTRONIC SUPPLEMENT
Probabilistic warning times for earthquake ground shaking
in the San Francisco Bay Area
Richard M Allen, University of California Berkeley. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Figure ES1. Map of the study region showing mapped faults (bold black lines) and the
location of earthquakes with magnitude greater than 3 since recording began (red dots).
Existing continuous broadband stations operated by UC Berkeley (dark blue) and the
U.S. Geologic Survey (light blue) are shown with circles for broadband velocity
seismometers and dots for accelerometers. The fault segments identified by the
Working Group on California Earthquake Probabilities (WGCEP, 2003) are shown with
pink dots at the ends of segments joined by broad pink lines.
Figure ES2. Index map showing all locations for which warning time probability
density functions are included in Figure ES3. Letters are the same as the numbering in
Figure ES3 and correspond to the following locations.
Cities Cities Airports
A San Francisco K Richmond T SFO (San Francisco)
B Berkeley (UC) L Sacramento U OAK (Oakland)
C Fairfield M Salinas V SJC (San Jose)
D Fremont N San Jose
E Hayward O Santa Cruz