Broadband Source Process of the 1998 Iwate Prefecture, Japan, Earthquake as Revealed from Inversion Analyses of Seismic Waveforms and Envelopes

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An earthquake of M 6.1 occurred on 3 September 1998, along an active fault at the southwestern foot of Mt. Iwate, a volcano in northeastern Japan. Acceleration records of this earthquake were obtained at seven stations within 40 km of the epicenter. In order to investigate the source process of this earthquake in a broad frequency range, we simultaneously… (More)

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@inproceedings{Nakahara1998BroadbandSP, title={Broadband Source Process of the 1998 Iwate Prefecture, Japan, Earthquake as Revealed from Inversion Analyses of Seismic Waveforms and Envelopes}, author={Hisashi Nakahara and Takeshi Nishimura and Haruo Sato and Masakazu Ohtake and Shigeo Kinoshita and Hiroyuki Hamaguchi}, year={1998} }