Advancing techniques to constrain the geometry of the seismic rupture plane on subduction interfaces a priori: Higher‐order functional fits

@inproceedings{Hayes2009AdvancingTT,
  title={Advancing techniques to constrain the geometry of the seismic rupture plane on subduction interfaces a priori: Higher‐order functional fits},
  author={Gavin P Hayes and David J. Wald and Katie M. Keranen},
  year={2009}
}
[1] Ongoing developments in earthquake source inversions incorporate nonplanar fault geometries as inputs to the inversion process, improving previous approaches that relied solely on planar fault surfaces. This evolution motivates advancing the existing framework for constraining fault geometry, particularly in subduction zones where plate boundary surfaces that host highly hazardous earthquakes are clearly nonplanar. Here, we improve upon the existing framework for the constraint of the… CONTINUE READING

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