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Supplementary materials of "High-resolution back-projection at regional distance: application to the Haiti M7.0 earthquake and comparisons with finite source studies"
 

Summary: Supplementary materials of "High-resolution back-projection at regional distance:
application to the Haiti M7.0 earthquake and comparisons with finite source studies"
L. Meng1
, J.-P. Ampuero1
, A. Sladen2
and H. Rendon3
1. Seismological Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
2. CNRS - Géoazur, Univ. de Nice-Sophia Antipolis
3. Fundación Venezolana de Investigaciones Sismológicas
Figure captions
Fig. S1 Synthetic seismograms at the VNSN. The top figure (a) shows the vertical component
of the synthetic seismograms of the mainshock filtered from 0.2 to 0.7 Hz, assuming a point
source with mechanism given by the CMT solution.
Fig. S2 Fit of the teleseismic P and SH waveforms for the kinematic slip model. Comparison
between the observed (black) and predicted (red) waveforms computed for our preferred joint
kinematic slip model. The P and SH waveforms are sorted with increasing azimuth angle
(number above the beginning of each waveform, number below is the azimuthal distance). The
maximum amplitude of the observed seismograms is indicated above the end of each waveform.
Fig. S3 Comparison of the unwrapped InSAR images for the kinematic slip model.
Each row is composed of the observed minus the ramp (left) and predicted (middle) motion in

  

Source: Ampuero, Jean Paul - Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences, California Institute of Technology

 

Collections: Geosciences