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Source-Scaling Relationship for M 4.6-8.9 Earthquakes, Specifically for Earthquakes in the Collision Zone of Taiwan
We investigated the source scaling of earthquakes (Mw 4.6-8.9), mostly from the Taiwan orogenic belt, and made a global compilation of source parameters to examine the scaling self-similarity.Expand
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Source characteristics of moderate-to-strong earthquakes in the Nantou area, Taiwan: insight from strong ground motion simulations
Abstract In Taiwan, the Nantou area is a seismically active region where several moderate events have occurred, causing some disasters during the past century. Here, we applied the strong groundExpand
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Spatial variation of seismogenic depths of crustal earthquakes in the Taiwan region: Implications for seismic hazard assessment
Abstract This paper presents the first whole Taiwan-scale spatial variation of the seismogenic zone using a high-quality crustal seismicity catalog. The seismicity onset and cutoff depths (i.e.,Expand
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Slip Partition of the 26 December 2006 Pingtung, Taiwan (M 6.9, M 6.8) Earthquake Doublet Determined from TeleseismicWaveforms
Teleseicmic vertical P waves of an earthquake doublet occurring on 26 December 2006 offshore southwestern Taiwan are analyzed to recover spatial slip distribution. Ground-displacement records forExpand
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Hybrid Ground Motion Simulation for the 2013 M_L 6.4 Ruisui, Taiwan Earthquake
The 2013 M_L 6.4 Ruisui earthquake struck a seismic gap around the northern part of the Longitudinal Valley where rare earthquakes have occurred for at least two decades. Seismic data with differentExpand
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Source and strong-motion characteristics of two M > 6 buried earthquakes in southwest Taiwan
Abstract We used near-field strong-motion data to investigate the complex combination of source effect and site response for two recent disastrous earthquakes in southwest Taiwan. We estimatedExpand
Strong motions and estimation of the sursurface soil structure for the 2018 Hualien earthquake in Taiwan
The 2018 Hualien earthquake occurred around 23:50, February 6, 2018 (local time). The depth of the event was about 10 km and the moment magnitude was 6.4 (USGS). Crustal deformation in the HualienExpand
1909 Taipei Earthquake Ground Motion Simulation
The 1909 Taipei earthquake (M 7.3) occurred beneath the Taipei metropolitan area (TMA) causing substantial damage according to the historical literature. According to the hypocenter relocation andExpand
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