Anisotropy in the Shallow Crust Observed around the San Andreas Fault Before and After the 2004 M 6 . 0 Parkfield Earthquake

@inproceedings{Cochran2006AnisotropyIT,
  title={Anisotropy in the Shallow Crust Observed around the San Andreas Fault Before and After the 2004 M 6 . 0 Parkfield Earthquake},
  author={Elizabeth S. Cochran and Yong-Gang Li and J E Vidale},
  year={2006}
}
Local seismic arrays were deployed at two locations along the San Andreas fault (SAF) near Parkfield, California, before and after the 2004 M 6.0 Parkfield earthquake. Using local earthquakes we determine the anisotropic field within 1– 2 km of the main trace of the SAF at the two array locations separated by 12 km. The initial array, near the SAFOD site, was deployed for six weeks in October and November 2003, and the second array, located near the town of Parkfield, was deployed for 3 months… CONTINUE READING

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