2020
DOI: 10.1029/2019jb019131
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Abstract: Defining the nature of faulting, the stress needed to trigger earthquakes, and the stress state of faults remains fundamental to understanding the earthquake cycle. Studying remote dynamic triggering allows us to probe faults to systemically address the fundamental physical mechanisms of faulting. Using 13 years of data (2004–2016) from the EarthScope USArray Transportable Array and the Southern California Seismic Network, we search for remotely triggered seismicity in an extended region encompassing the Coso … Show more

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