Station XR FA03 - fled station 3

Network: XR01 - Florida to Edmonton Seismic Experiment

Nearby stations (2 deg radius)

Station Name (Lat, Lon) Start / End Elevation
FA03 fled station 3 (32.05, -84.22) 2001-05-14 / 2002-12-31 89 m
Crust2 Type:E2,thin Platform 0.0 km seds.
Thickness Estimate:32 km
Thickness StdDev:17 km
Vp/Vs Estimate:2.03
Vp/Vs StdDev:0.11
Vs Estimate:3.318 km/s
Poisson's Ratio:0.34
Peak Value:0.12
Assumed Vp:6.719 km/s
Ps Weight:0.33333334
PpPs Weight:0.33333334
PsPs Weight:0.33333328
Residual Complexity:0.766
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 32 km 2.03 6.719 km/s 3.318 km/s 0.34
Crust2.0 31 km 1.78 6.719 km/s 3.774 km/s 0.27 E2,thin Platform 0.0 km seds.
Global Maxima 32 km 2.03 6.719 km/s 3.318 km/s 0.34 amp=0.12232407
Local Maxima 1 46 km 1.69 6.719 km/s 3.988 km/s 0.23 amp=0.09254365
Local Maxima 2 69 km 1.84 6.719 km/s 3.657 km/s 0.29 amp=0.0828003
Local Maxima 3 54 km 2.09 6.719 km/s 3.211 km/s 0.35 amp=0.07532916
Local Maxima 4 49 km 2.10 6.719 km/s 3.204 km/s 0.35 amp=0.06666363
Predicted Arrivals for vertical incidence
(zero ray parameter)
Ps4.96 SECOND
PpPs14.63 SECOND
PsPs/PpSs19.59 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
97.082344 63.7 deg 167.448 deg Near Coast Of Central Chile 2002/06/18 13:56:22 GMT (-30.8, -71.1) 54 km 6.0 MB, 6.6 MW, 6.4 MW
94.114525 60.7 deg 166.112 deg Near Coast Of Northern Chile 2002/04/18 16:08:36 GMT (-27.5, -70.6) 62 km 6.2 MB, 6.7 MW, 6.6 MW
88.99613 62.9 deg 162.854 deg Catamarca Province, Argentina 2002/05/28 04:04:22 GMT (-28.9, -66.8) 22 km 6.0 MB, 5.7 MS, 6.0 MW, 5.9 MW

Losers

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