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5E (2010-2010): Earthquake Swarms and Aseismic Slip in the Salton Trough: High-Resolution Imaging of the Upper Frictional Stability Transition

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FDSN code 5E (2010-2010) Network name Earthquake Swarms and Aseismic Slip in the Salton Trough: High-Resolution Imaging of the Upper Frictional Stability Transition (Obsidian Creep)
Start year 2010 Operated by
  • Cornell University
End year 2010 Deployment region United States of America
Description

Our survey consists of two seismic profiles, a 3-km-long E-W profile and a 5-km-long N-S profile. The N-S profile included both Betsy Seisgun and buried explosives and was recorded with a series of linked multi-channel (Geometrics) seismographs attached via multi-channel cables to 40-Hz, single-element vertical and horizontal geophones spaced at 5-m intervals. and RefTek 125A -Texan seismographs. The E-W profile just include Besty Seisgun sources and Geometrics recording.

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Digital Object Identifier (DOI) https://doi.org/10.7914/SN/5E_2010
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