Probability of Detecting an Earthquake by

@inproceedings{Schorlemmer2008ProbabilityOD,
  title={Probability of Detecting an Earthquake by},
  author={Danijel Schorlemmer and Jochen W{\"o}ssner},
  year={2008}
}
We present a new method for estimating earthquake detection probabilities that avoids assumptions about earthquake occurrence, for example, the event-size distribution, and uses only empirical data: phase data, station information, and network-specific attenuation relations. First, we determine the detection probability for each station as a function of magnitude and hypocentral distance, using data from past earthquakes. Second, we combine the detection probabilities of stations using a basic… CONTINUE READING

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