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fs01.epsPS document1522KDistribution of 73 stations that recorded broadband P waves.
fs021.epsPS document787KComparison of the observed (black) and synthetic (red) waveforms for the point-source moment-tensor inversion.
fs022.epsPS document538KContinued Figure S2.
fs031.epsPS document953KComparison of the observed (black) and synthetic (red) waveforms for the finite-fault slip inversion for Event 1.
fs032.epsPS document624KContinued Figure S5.
fs04.epsPS document292KExample of residual waveforms. Black and red waveforms show the observed waveforms and the synthetic waveforms from Event 1, respectively. Blue waveforms show the residual waveforms (solid part: used in the inversion; dashed part: not used in the inversion).
fs051.epsPS document1095KComparison of the residual and synthetic waveforms for the finite-fault slip inversion for Event 2. Gray wiggles show residual waveforms which were not used in the inversion.
fs052.epsPS document686KContinued Figure S5.
fs06.epsPS document1546KΔCFF distribution by Event 1 for Event 2 as a receiver fault in the case of μ′= 0.0 and 0.8.
fs07.epsPS document2193KΔCFF (μ′= 0.0) distribution by the 2011 Tohoku for Event 1 and Event 2 as receiver faults.
fs08.epsPS document2228KΔCFF (μ′= 0.8) distribution by the 2011 Tohoku for Event 1 and Event 2 as receiver faults.
Readme_Auxiliary Material_R2013GL057053.docxWord document104KSupporting information

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