Source Mechanisms and Rupture Processes of the 26 December 2006 Pingtung Earthquake Doublet as Determined from the Regional Seismic Records

@inproceedings{Lee2009SourceMA,
  title={Source Mechanisms and Rupture Processes of the 26 December 2006 Pingtung Earthquake Doublet as Determined from the Regional Seismic Records},
  author={Shiann-Jong Lee and W Liang and Bor-Shouh Huang},
  year={2009}
}
The 26 December 2006 Pingtung earthquake doublet (both about Mw 7.0) were the two largest events with magnitudes close to 7.0, following the 1999 Chi-Chi earthquake. The locations and focal mechanisms of the Pingtung earthquake sequence provide good opportunities for scientists to investigate plate movement and deep tectonic structure in southern offshore of Taiwan. However, precise hypocenters and source mechanisms of this sequence are not definite due to poor station azimuthal coverage and a… CONTINUE READING

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