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fs01.pdfPDF document97KThe background noise level (median absolute deviation) of daily long continuous data for four HRSN stations that experienced network change versus days relative to the main shock. The station and channel names are labeled on the right side.
fs02.pdfPDF document47KThe availability of continuous data for all stations during the study period. The grey dashed line marks the origin time of the San Simeon main shock. The station names are labeled on the left side.
fs03.pdfPDF document5K(a) The time differences between predicted P and S wave arrival times with the ones picked by NCEDC. The vertical solid and dashed lines mark the mean and two standard deviations of the time differences. (b) The red and blue histograms denote the MAD distribution for direct stacking and allowing one data point shift, respectively.
fs04.pdfPDF document10KThe illustration of the one data point difference among the best correlating window of four different channels.
fs05.pdfPDF document206KThe root mean square (RMS) of the relative P wave arrival differences for all stations between one San Simeon aftershock and all template events versus the distance along the SAF strike. The vertical dashed lines denote the region where most “false detections” occurred.
fs06.pdfPDF document54KComparison of waveforms between templates 20040928192605 and 20040928192610. The blue and red dashed lines denote the origin times of the two templates. The blue and red solid lines denote the predicted P and S wave arrival times of the two templates.
fs07.pdfPDF document18K(ad) Frequency-magnitude plot in the whole study region and subregions A, B, and C, respectively. Blue squares denote detected events. Red squares denote events listed in the NCSN catalog. Triangles denote obtained Mc using ZMAP. (e) Mc as a function of time in the whole study region.
fs08.pdfPDF document4KFrequency-magnitude plot in subregion A for detected events before and after the San Simeon earthquake.
fs09.pdfPDF document10K(a) Beta value in subregion A versus days since the main shock. Postshock seismicity rate is measured in a 5 day time window, which moves forward by 2.5 days. Solid circles denote that preshock rate is measured prior to the San Simeon earthquake. Open diamonds denote that preshock rate is measured prior to the Md2.77 event. (b) The seismicity ratio in subregion A versus days since the main shock.
fs10.pdfPDF document6KBackground shading denotes the Parkfield earthquake's coseismic slip distribution [Murray and Langbein, 2006]. Blue denotes the epicenter of the Parkfield earthquake. The colored contour lines denote the static shear stress changes.
fs11.pdfPDF document7K(a) Cumulative number of events with M>1.5 in the NCSN catalog in subregion A. (b and c) Beta values and seismicity ratio versus cutoff magnitude with events listed in the NCSN catalog in subregion A, respectively. Dots denote that background rate is measured prior to the San Simeon earthquake. Diamonds denote that background rate is measured prior to the abrupt jump in Figure S1a.
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