Post-seismic motions after the 2006–2007 Simushir earthquakes at different stages of the seismic cycle
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We analyzed long-term satellite geodesic observations after the Simushir earthquakes of 2006–2007. Application of a key model of the structure of the island arc regions combined with a model of nonstationary convective system in the upper mantle allowed us to find a consistent explanation of the motion of the Earth’s surface and distinguish the segments of the island arc at different stages of the seismic cycle.
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