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0.3 km/s for events within 2 km; and 7.9 0.1 km/s for events more than 2 km below the reflector. See
 

Summary: 0.3 km/s for events within 2 km; and 7.9 0.1 km/s
for events more than 2 km below the reflector. See
table S1 for distribution.
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23. For example, fault width 2 crustal thickness
15 km for a fault plane subparallel to slab dip, twice
as long as is wide 30 km, having 1.5-m slip, rigidity
of basalt 5 1010
Pa gives, Mo rigidity
width length slip 3 1019
N-m, Mw
(2/3)log(Mo) 6.06 7.0.
24. H. Dragert, K. Wang, T. S. James, Science 292, 1525
(2001).
25. M. M. Miller, T. Melbourne, D. J. Johnson, W. Q.
Sumner, Science 295, 2423 (2002).
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27. K. Obara, Science 296, 1679 (2002).

  

Source: Arblaster, Julie - Bureau of Meteorology, Australia
Meehl, Gerald A. - Climate and Global Dynamics Division, National Center for Atmospheric Research

 

Collections: Geosciences