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2012JE004096text01.pdfPDF document37KContents include the parameter sensitivity study, seismic consequences of the Orientale Basin-forming impact, energy released from faulting and impact, auxiliary material references, and figure captions.
2012je004096fs01.tifTIFF image6953KSensitivity study results. Colored lines show topographic profile derived from Coulomb modeling based on input parameters listed below. Average profile A (black) shown for comparison. Y axis shows relative elevation and not elevation measured from LOLA for profile D. (a) Vary dip angle. Arrows show direction of increasing dip angle. Fault dip angles for each model shown: red, 50§; orange, 60§; blue, 69§; purple, 75§. Displacement D for all models: 4900 m. Depth of faulting T: 34 km. (b) Vary displacement D. Arrows show direction of increasing D. Displacement for each model shown: red, D = 4000 m; orange, D = 4500 m; blue, D = 4900 m; purple, D = 5500 m. Dip angle for all models: 69§. T for all models: 34 km. (c) Vary depth of faulting T. Arrows show direction of increasing T. Depth of faulting for each model shown: red, T = 25 km; orange, T = 30 km; blue, T = 34 km; purple, T = 45 km. D for all models: 4900 m. Dip angle for all models: 69§.
2012je004096fs02.tifTIFF image2807KBar graph showing energy released in important terrestrial geological earthquakes compared to the energy of formation of Orientale Basin and Chicxulub, the resultant moonquakes from faults discussed in this paper, and total lunar seismic energy release. Black squares, released energy in equivalent tons TNT; gray bars, released energy in Joules. Moment magnitude is shown above fault-related events. Chicxulub energy from Morrison [1992] and Kring [1993], terrestrial earthquake energies from Kanamori [1977], and lunar seismic energy from Goins et al. [1981b].
2012JE004096ts01.txtplain text document0KBest-fit model parameters for faults in average profiles for the Cordillera Ring.
2012JE004096ts02.txtplain text document0KBest-fit model parameters for faults in average profiles for the Outer Rook Ring.
2012JE004096_readme.txtplain text document5KSupporting information

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