Hejrani, Babak; Tkalcic, Hrvoje
Ground velocity records of the 20 May 2016 Petermann Ranges earthquake are used to calculate its centroid-moment-tensor in the 3 D heterogeneous Earth model AuSREM. The global-centroid-moment-tensor reported a depth of 12 km, which is the shallowest allowed depth in the algorithm. Solutions from other global and local agencies indicate that the event occurred within the top 12 km of the crust, but the locations vary laterally by up to 100 km. We perform a centroid-moment-tensor inversion...[Show more]
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