A slip pulse model with fault heterogeneity for low-frequency earthquakes and tremor along plate interfaces: SLIP PULSE MODEL FOR TREMOR

@inproceedings{Ando2010ASP,
  title={A slip pulse model with fault heterogeneity for low-frequency earthquakes and tremor along plate interfaces: SLIP PULSE MODEL FOR TREMOR},
  author={Ryosuke Ando and Ryoko Nakata and Takane Hori},
  year={2010}
}
[1] Deep low-frequency earthquakes (LFEs) and nonvolcanic tremor have distinctive characteristics unlike those of regular earthquakes, including strong anisotropy in their migration velocity and source spectra displaying 1/f decay. We show that a physical model can explain these features in a simple framework with slip pulses originating on fault heterogeneity and triggered by slow-slip events. LFE/tremor source areas in the model consist of unstable patches sparsely and heterogeneously… CONTINUE READING

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