Ray Tracing for Dispersive Tsunamis and Source Amplitude Estimation Based on Green’s Law: Application to the 2015 Volcanic Tsunami Earthquake Near Torishima, South of Japan

@article{Sandanbata2017RayTF,
  title={Ray Tracing for Dispersive Tsunamis and Source Amplitude Estimation Based on Green’s Law: Application to the 2015 Volcanic Tsunami Earthquake Near Torishima, South of Japan},
  author={Osamu Sandanbata and Shingo Watada and Kenji Satake and Yoshio Fukao and Hiroko Sugioka and Aki Ito and Hajime Shiobara},
  journal={Pure and Applied Geophysics},
  year={2017},
  volume={175},
  pages={1371-1385}
}
Ray tracing, which has been widely used for seismic waves, was also applied to tsunamis to examine the bathymetry effects during propagation, but it was limited to linear shallow-water waves. Green’s law, which is based on the conservation of energy flux, has been used to estimate tsunami amplitude on ray paths. In this study, we first propose a new ray tracing method extended to dispersive tsunamis. By using an iterative algorithm to map two-dimensional tsunami velocity fields at different… 

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