Comparison of Location Procedures: The Kara Sea Event of 16 August 1997
Various location procedures and velocity models are compared for the ML 3.3 Kara Sea event of 16 August 1997. This event has been the subject of considerable discussion because of its geographical position and the difficulty in obtaining a reliable focal-depth estimate. A comprehensive data set was extracted by (re-)reading the records from all available stations. These readings have then been used in a sequence of location experiments to examine the effect of using different velocity models to...[Show more]
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