Station XG DOT - Dotsero, CO

Network: XG92 - Rocky Mountain Front

Nearby stations (2 deg radius)

Station Name (Lat, Lon) Start / End Elevation
DOT Dotsero, CO (39.78, -106.99) 1992-08-30 / 2499-01-01 1982 m
Crust2 Type:P4,orogen/50km, Urals, Tethian Orogen, Rockies 1 km seds.
Thickness Estimate:49 km
Thickness StdDev:1.0 km
Vp/Vs Estimate:1.68
Vp/Vs StdDev:0.06
Vs Estimate:3.759 km/s
Poisson's Ratio:0.22
Peak Value:0.05
Assumed Vp:6.306 km/s
Ps Weight:0.33333334
PpPs Weight:0.33333334
PsPs Weight:0.33333328
Residual Complexity:0.757
Nearby stations H: +-
(2.0 deg) Vp/Vs: +-

2 with match > 90% ( 66.666664 %) and 3 with match > 80% ( 100.0 %) out of 3.

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Azimuth Distribution of Events:

Prior Results for this Station

Study Thickness Vp/Vs Vp Vs Poissons Ratio Extra
EARS 49 km 1.68 6.306 km/s 3.759 km/s 0.22
Crust2.0 50 km 1.76 6.306 km/s 3.584 km/s 0.26 P4,orogen/50km, Urals, Tethian Orogen, Rockies 1 km seds.
Global Maxima 49 km 1.68 6.306 km/s 3.759 km/s 0.22 amp=0.052891396
Local Maxima 1 49 km 1.80 6.306 km/s 3.508 km/s 0.28 amp=0.04024258
Local Maxima 2 56 km 1.68 6.306 km/s 3.754 km/s 0.23 amp=0.034782145
Local Maxima 3 38 km 1.86 6.306 km/s 3.399 km/s 0.30 amp=0.023870647
Local Maxima 4 46 km 1.80 6.306 km/s 3.503 km/s 0.28 amp=0.023416497
Predicted Arrivals for vertical incidence
(zero ray parameter)
Ps5.26 SECOND
PpPs20.81 SECOND
PsPs/PpSs26.07 SECOND

Events Processed for this Station

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Events Used in the Stack

(3 events)
Radial Match Distance Baz FERegion Time Lat/Lon Depth Magnitude
94.494804 57.1 deg 15.102 deg Svalbard Region 1992/09/09 13:08:54 GMT (76.2, 7.2) 24 km 5.7 MB, 5.6 MS
90.29592 32.7 deg 142.477 deg Near Coast Of Nicaragua 1992/09/05 21:48:11 GMT (12.0, -87.3) 10 km 5.1 MB, 5.9 MS
85.74386 87.9 deg 244.945 deg Fiji Islands Region 1992/08/30 20:09:06 GMT (-17.7, -178.8) 573 km 5.8 MB

Losers

(0 events)
Radial Match Distance Baz FERegion Time Lat/Lon Depth Magnitude Reason