Fig. 5 | Earth, Planets and Space

Fig. 5

From: Estimation of relative source locations from seismic amplitude: application to earthquakes and tremors at Meakandake volcano, eastern Hokkaido, Japan

Fig. 5

Plan and vertical cross-sectional views of the hypocenter distributions of VT earthquakes from 1 to 10 November 2008 derived from a phase arrival times and the HYPOMH algorithm, b the master event method using differences of P-wave arrival times, c the ASL method and d our relative source location method. In the plan views, inverted triangles denote seismic stations, and elevation contours are at 50 m intervals. Red solid squares denote the location of the reference event for estimation of relative source locations and calculation of interevent distances. Location errors of d calculated by Eq. (11) were about 0.002┬░for latitude and longitude, and 0.2 km in depth

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