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The 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake (Mw 8.0) is an interplate earthquake along the Kurile trench.Its co- and post-seismic deformation has been observed by onland GNSS [e.g.,Miyazaki et al.2004] and modeled with afterslip and/or viscoelastic relaxation [e.g.,Itoh and Nishimura 2016].In the offshore region,two ocean bottom pressure gauges (OBPs) are operated by JAMSTEC since July 1999 [Hirata Spatial distribution for moment tensor solutions of the Y.ITO et al.SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION FOR MOMENT TNSOR SOLUTIONS OF THE 2003 TOKACHI-OKI EARTHQUAKE 303 Fig.2.The focal mechanisms distribution of aftershocks.Red,yellow and light blue indicate the TH-type,OT-type and the NF-type,respectively.The star represents the epicenter of the main shock (Japan Meteorological Agency,2003).Space time distribution of afterslip following the 2003 0.5m interval illustrate coseismic slip in the 1952 Tokachi (dashed lines),1973 Nemuro,1968 Tokachi,and 2003 Tokachi earthquakes.Epicenter of the 2003 earthquake is shown with a star.Model region is denoted with a rectangle; depth of the plate interface is contoured in kilometers.Coseismicslipcontoursafter YamanakaandKikuchi [2004].

The spatio-temporal slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi-oki,Japan,earthquake was estimated from teleseismic body wave and strong ground motion data.To perform stable inversion,we applied smoothing constraints to the slip distribution with respect to time and space,and determined the optimal weights of constraints using an optimized Akaikes Bayesian Information Criterion (ABIC).Source rupture process of the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake Jun 24,2014 PDF Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi#0183;The spatio-temporal slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi-oki,Japan,earthquake was estimated from teleseismic body wave and strong ground motion data.To perform stable inversion,we applied smoothing constraints to the slip distribution with respect to time and space,and determined the optimal weights of constraints using an optimized Akaikes Bayesian Information Criterion (ABIC).Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachioki Mw 8.1 [1] We study the 2003 M w 8.1 Tokachioki earthquake,a great interplate event that occurred along the southwestern Kuril Trench and generated a significant tsunami.To determine the earthquake slip distribution,we perform the first joint inversion of tsunami waveforms measured by tide gauges and of coseismic displacement measured both by GPS stations and three ocean bottom pressure gauges

The slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake is estimated from the 11 tsunami waveforms recorded at 9 tide gauges in the southern Hokkaido and eastern Tohoku coasts and two ocean bottom tsunami-meters (pressure gauges) off Kamaishi,Tohoku.The largest slip of 4.3 m is estimated on the subfault located off Hiroo.A large slip of 2.1 m is also estimated on the subfault located near Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake The slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake is estimated from the 11 tsunami waveforms recorded at 9 tide gauges in the southern Hokkaido and eastern Tohoku coasts and two ocean bottom tsunami-meters (pressure gauges) off Kamaishi,Tohoku.The largest slip of 4.3 m is estimated on the subfault located off Hiroo.A large slip of 2.1 m is also estimated on the subfault located near Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake The slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake is estimated from the 11 tsunami waveforms recorded at 9 tide gauges in the southern Hokkaido and eastern Tohoku coasts and two ocean bottom tsunami-meters (pressure gauges) off Kamaishi,Tohoku.The largest slip of 4.3 m is estimated on the subfault located off Hiroo.

A large slip of 2.1 m is also estimated on the subfault located near Kushiro.The total seismic moment of the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake is 1.0 PDF Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi#215; 1021 Nm.The slip distribution estimated from the tsunami waveform inversion is similar to the slip distribution deduced by Yamanaka and Kikuchi (2003) from the inversion of the teleseismic body waves.Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi-oki - CORESlip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake estimated from tsunami waveform inversion .By .Download PDF (613 KB) Cite .BibTex; Full citation; Publisher Springer.Year 2004.DOI identifier 10.1186/BF03353067 Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi oki M 8.1Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachioki Mw 8.1 earthquake from joint inversion of tsunami waveforms and geodetic data F.Romano,1 A.Piatanesi,1 S.Lorito,1 and K.Hirata2 Received 4 June 2009; revised 23 July 2010; accepted 24 August 2010; published 23 November 2010.[1] We study the 2003 M w 8.1 Tokachioki earthquake,a great

Apr 11,2003 PDF Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi#0183;Yuichiro Tanioka,Kenji Hirata,Ryota Hino,Toshihiko Kanazawa,Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake estimated from tsunami waveform inversion,Earth,Planets and Space,10.1186/BF03353067,56,3,(373-376),(2014).Slip distribution of the 1952 TokachiOki earthquake (M 8 Apr 11,2003 PDF Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi#0183;Yuichiro Tanioka,Kenji Hirata,Ryota Hino,Toshihiko Kanazawa,Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake estimated from tsunami waveform inversion,Earth,Planets and Space,10.1186/BF03353067,56,3,(373-376),(2014).Slip distribution of the 1952 TokachiOki earthquake (M 8 Apr 11,2003 PDF Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi#0183;The small slip on subfault C may indicate that the subducted seamount acted as a barrier to rupture.7.Conclusion [43] We performed a least squares inversion of 13 observed tsunami waveforms recorded in Japan to estimate the slip distribution of the 1952 TokachiOki earthquake.We found that large amounts of slip occurred (mainly on

Preseismic,coseismic,and 7.5 years of postseismic deformation of the 2003 M w 8.0 Tokachioki earthquake are modeled using land Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) data and two ocean bottom pressure gauges (OBP) using viscoelastic Green's functions.The postseismic slip distribution is shown to not overlap with the main shock or the source regions of past large earthquakes along the Offshore geodetic data conducive to the estimation of the Jan 15,2006 PDF Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi#0183;During September 2003,a M w 8.0 earthquake (hereafter,the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake) occurred very close to this observatory system.This event was an interplate earthquake that ruptured the plate boundary between the Pacific Plate and the North-American Plate ,,,,,.Two ocean-bottom pressure gauges (PG1 and PG2 in Fig.1) of the observatory system successfully recordedModeling the rupture process of the 2003 September 25 mometer.To date,a time-varying fault slip model estimated from only 1-Hz GPS measurements has not been attempted.In this paper,we examine the capability of a 1-Hz GPS network to model the fault slip history of the Tokachi-Oki earthquake.2.Observations [5] The Tokachi-Oki earthquake occurred on 2003 Sep-tember 25 at 19:50:07 UTC.

of the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake and its largest aftershock,respectively.Color scale shows the cumulative afterslip for 5 hours following the main shock (Fukuda et al.,2009).Contours with a 1-m interval represent the coseismic slip distribution of the main shock estimated byHeterogeneous structure around the rupture area of the Feb 20,2009 PDF Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi#0183;The contours indicate the fault slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake (Yamanaka and Kikuchi,2003).The contour interval is 0.5 m.The contour interval is 0.5 m.Dashed lines in the Vp/Vs distributions (lower) at depths of 15,20,and 25 km indicate the position of the plate boundary at each depth.Geometry and Physics of WrinklingGeometry and Physics of Wrinkling E.Cerda1,2 and L.Mahadevan1,* 1Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics,University of Cambridge,Silver Street,Cambridge CB3 9EW,United Kingdom 2Departamento de F PDF Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi#180;sica,Universidad de Santiago de Chile,Avenida Ecuador 3493,Casilla 307,Correo 2,Santiago,Chile (Received 25 June 2002; published 19 February 2003)

Jun 22,2014 PDF Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi#0183;I have analyzed teleseismic body waves from the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake (M w 8.1),and inferred the slip distribution.Two simple fault models are assumed for estimating the effect of fault geometry on derived slip distributions.One is a single planar fault with a dip of 20 PDF Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi#176; and the other is a compound fault having a shallow plane with a dip of 5 PDF Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi#176; and deeper,landward plane with a dip Fault geometry and slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi I have analyzed teleseismic body waves from the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake (M w 8.1),and inferred the slip distribution.Two simple fault models are assumed for estimating the effect of fault geometry on derived slip distributions.One is a single planar fault with a dip of 20 PDF Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi#176; and the other is a compound fault having a shallow plane with a dip of 5 PDF Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi#176; and deeper,landward plane with a dip Fault geometry and slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi (Received November 30,2003; Revised July 16,2004; Accepted September 29,2004) I have analyzed teleseismic body waves from the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake (M w 8.1),and inferred the slip distribution.Two simple fault models are assumed for estimating the effect of fault geometry on derived slip distributions.

strongly coupled with a slip deficit rate of about 80 mm/a [Suwa et al.,2006].The main shock occurred at 19:50 (UTC) on 25 September 2003 and was followed by the largest aftershock (M = 7.4) at 21:08 on the same day.The rupture area of the main shock is close to that of the 1952 Tokachi-oki earthquake (M =8.1)[Yamanaka and Kikuchi,2003].Earth,Planets and Space,Volume 56,Issue 3 - SpringerMar 03,2004 PDF Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi#0183;Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake estimated from tsunami waveform inversion Yuichiro Tanioka ,Kenji Hirata ,Ryota Hino ,Toshihiko Kanazawa Pages 373-376 Download PDFCoseismic and early postseismic slip for the 2003 Tokachi Coseismic slip distribution for (a) the 2003 Tokachioki earthquake,(b) the largest aftershock,(c) cumulative afterslip during the period between those two earthquakes,and (d) cumulative afterslip between the mainshock and Sept.26 00:00.The two asterisks

Joint inversion of the 2003 Tokachioki earthquake data leads to maximum slip values (6 m) confined at depths greater than 25 km,between 30 and 80 km northwest of the hypocenter,with a patch of slip (3 m) in the deepest part of the source (50 km depth).SlipCharacteristics of postseismic deformation following the Sep 15,2016 PDF Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi#0183;Postseismic deformation of the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake (M w 8.0) has been observed by GNSS.We analyzed the deformation observed in Hokkaido in the 2nd to the 7th year following the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake and examined the effect of two major mechanisms (i.e.,afterslip and viscoelastic relaxation) for the observed postseismic deformation by fitting it with a modelAfterslip distribution following the 2003 Tokachi-oki terslip distribution following the 2003 Tokachi-oki earth-quake.We also perform an inversion with the GFs calcu-lated for homogeneous elastic media to compare the ob-tained afterslip distribution with those obtained from GFs for inhomogeneous elastic media.2.Method of Geodetic Inversions The 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake was an interplate earth-

[1] We study the 2003 M w 8.1 Tokachioki earthquake,a great interplate event that occurred along the southwestern Kuril Trench and generated a significant tsunami.To determine the earthquake slip distribution,we perform the first joint inversion of tsunami waveforms measured by tide gauges and of coseismic displacement measured both by GPS stations and three ocean bottom pressure gauges (PDF) Spatial distribution for moment tensor solutions of Article (PDF Available) The spatio-temporal slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi-oki,Japan,earthquake was estimated from teleseismic body wave and strong ground motion data.To perform (PDF) Slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi-Oki earthquake The slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake is estimated from the 11 tsunami waveforms recorded at 9 tide gauges in the southern Hokkaido and eastern Tohoku coasts

Best model of the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake slip distribution,obtained by inverting (a) tsunami data,(b) geodetic data,and (c) jointly tsunami and geodetic data.Symbols are as in Figure 2.(PDF) Detailed Slip Distribution of the 2003 Tokachi-oki PDF The slip distribution of the 2003 Tokachi-oki earthquake is estimated from the 11 tsunami waveforms recorded at 9 tide gauges and 2 ocean bottom Find,read and cite all the research you