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By Renata Dmowska

A transparent exposition of the iteration T waves by means of earthquakes, the tension accumulation version, and seismic ray tracing and wavefront monitoring in laterally heterogeneous media.

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2001) clearly illustrates this smearing of epicentral location on great circles radiating from the array, but would still suggest, over and beyond this effect and the possible influence of acoustic blockage to certain provinces, recognizable patterns of variability in the intraplate activity of the Pacific Basin. 5 times the maximum dimension of the array) would agree with the conclusions of Wysession et al. (1991). On the other hand, it is clear that the location capabilities of the EPHA could be drastically improved by the addition of a single hydroacoustic receiver such as the CTBT hydrophones at Juan Fernandez, or T -phase stations such as those of the Polynesian Seismic Network (Fig.

2003). shore to an acoustic wavetrain, and could therefore depend on such parameters as the back-azimuth of the wavetrain at the station. For this reason, Okal et al. , from similar epicentral areas. In particular, no distance correction is applied in (6). As in the case of body waves, the quantity TPEF would then be expected to scale linearly with seismic moment M0 and thus the parameter = TPEF/M0 to remain invariant for sets of comparable seismic sources. 16 which examines the relationship between TPEF and M0 for ten South American earthquakes recorded at Rarotonga.

5 times the maximum dimension of the array) would agree with the conclusions of Wysession et al. (1991). On the other hand, it is clear that the location capabilities of the EPHA could be drastically improved by the addition of a single hydroacoustic receiver such as the CTBT hydrophones at Juan Fernandez, or T -phase stations such as those of the Polynesian Seismic Network (Fig. 14). Also, the synergetic use of acoustic and seismic phases should significantly improve location capabilities of small THE GENERATION OF T WAVES BY EARTHQUAKES 31 F IG .

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