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65 km/s. May 18, 2006 13:55 WSPC/SPI-B368 Advances in Geosciences Vol. 1 36 ch04 L. S. Xu and Y. T. Chen Fig. 4. The mainshock (beach-ball) and aftershocks till June 15, 2005 (left). The static slip distribution on the surface projected from the slip distribution on the fault plane (middle). The mainshock, aftershocks, and slip distribution together (right). It is more reasonable to have discussion on the source complexity according to the spatio-temporal rupture process based on the image of the spatio-temporal process.
In this epicentral distance range, only 22 stations are chosen due to their high-quality waveform data (Fig. 1). 008 Hz is applied to remove the trends existing in some of the waveform data. Afterwards, diﬀerent ﬁlters are used for diﬀerent purposes. 01 Hz. Before grid-searching for fault parameters, the data are ﬁltered by band-pass ﬁltered with frequency range Fig. 1. The distribution of stations with usable waveform data and the ﬁrst 600 s of the recordings. The left panel shows the vertical components, and the right panel shows the radial components.
To obtain the observed STF for each station, we ﬁrstly deconvolved each component individually for the STFs from diﬀerent components at the same station, and then averaged the two STFs that come from vertical and radial components at the same station. The averaged and normalized STFs obtained at diﬀerent stations are shown together with the focal mechanism and station positions in Fig. 2. 4. Spatio-temporal Rupture Process A rectangular area with a length of 3,000 km along the strike direction and a width of 400 km along the down-dip direction is chosen to be a fault plane on which slip or rupture propagation probably occurred.