COMPARISON OF EARTHQUAKE LOCATIONS DETERMINED WITH DATA FROM A NETWORK OF STATIONS AND SMALL TRIPARTITE ARRAYS ON KILAUEA VOLCANO, HAWAII*

@inproceedings{Ward1973COMPARISONOE,
  title={COMPARISON OF EARTHQUAKE LOCATIONS DETERMINED WITH DATA FROM A NETWORK OF STATIONS AND SMALL TRIPARTITE ARRAYS ON KILAUEA VOLCANO, HAWAII*},
  author={Peter L. Ward and S{\o}ren Gregersen},
  year={1973}
}
The hypocenters of 43 earthquakes on Kilauea Volcano were analyzed in detail in order to examine the accuracy of hypocenters determined with data from tripartite arrays and to look for evidence of zones of abnormally high or low velocity in a region of complex crustal structure. Ten vertical and two horizontal seismometers were operated on the south flank of Kilauea within the seismic network of the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory. A number of combinations of the temporary stations were treated as… CONTINUE READING

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