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Cascadia_Morton Earthquake:Catalog:Microseismicity
GeoPRISMS:Funded
Catalog of earthquakes detected and located offshore central Oregon, USA, in the Cascadia subduction zone using the Cascadia Initiative amphibious data set
This earthquake catalog spans 26 July 2011 through 1 September 2015 and corresponds to the Geology article of Morton et al. (2018; https://doi.org/10.1130/G45354.1). Events were detected using the subspace detection algorithm of Maciera et al. (2010) and located by utilizing direct P and S phase arrival time picks with the hypoinverse location program (Klein et al., 2002). Events that were previously reported in regional earthquake catalogs and the studies of Tréhu et al. (2015; 2018) and Stone et al. (2018) are indicated, as well as the events that were used as templates for subspace scanning. The catalog includes hypocentral locations, origin time, duration magnitudes, number of seismic picks used in location determination, azimuthal gap, event-to-station distance, and location and timing uncertainties. The catalog is separated into three groupings (three ASCII files separated from the one spreadsheet): Earthquakes within a cluster associated with a subducted seamount (150 events), earthquakes within a cluster to the north of the seamount (73 events), and earthquakes not within the clusters (87 events). The data set was generated as part of the project called Developing Methods for Detection and Analysis of Repeating Earthquakes and Low Frequency Earhtquakes Using Cascadia Initiative Amphibious Network Data. Funding was provided by NSF grant OCE14-34550, awarded to S.L. Bilek.
Morton, Emily
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NMT
Bilek, Susan
Investigator
NMT
Rowe, Charlotte
Investigator
LANL
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Seismic:Seismometer
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Seismic:OBS
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NotApplicable
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1
A level of processing has been undertaken, ensuring quality control (e.g. ping edited sonar data, edited navigation data).

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