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Systematic biases in subduction zone hypocenters

Systematic biases in subduction zone hypocenters,10.1029/2009GL037487,Geophysical Research Letters,Ellen M. Syracuse,Geoffrey A. Abers

Systematic biases in subduction zone hypocenters   (Citations: 3)
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Journal: Geophysical Research Letters - GEOPHYS RES LETT , vol. 36, no. 10, 2009
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    • ...This is probably due to the fact that seismic locations tend to be systematically mislocated in these subduction zones toward the trench [e.g., Syracuse and Abers, 2009]...

    J. Westonet al. Global compilation of interferometric synthetic aperture radar earthqu...

    • ...Moreover, recent studies about the accuracy of hypocenter location at subduction zones by global and local datasets reveal systematic biases reaching 25 km, altering not only the estimated depth but also the thickness of the subducted slabs (Syracuse and Abers 2009)...
    • ...The seismicity data in the north-eastern Caribbean provided by global earthquake catalogs (e. g. NEIC) and local (e. g. Puerto Rico Seismic Network catalog) seems to be conditioned by random errors due to inexact arrival times, inexact velocity models and incomplete arrival data (Syracuse and Abers 2009)...

    J. L. Granja Bruñaet al. Gravity modeling of the Muertos Trough and tectonic implications (nort...

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