Seismic moment tensor inversion using a 3-D structural model: applications for the Australian region
There is significant seismic activity in the region around Australia, largely due to the plate boundaries to the north and to the east of the mainland. This activity results in serious seismic and tsunami hazard in the coastal areas of Australia. Hence seismicity is and will be monitored in real time by Geoscience Australia (GA), which uses a network of permanent broadband seismometers. Seismic moment tensor (MT) solutions are currently determined using 1-D, radially symmetric models of Earth...[Show more]
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