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grl22858-sup-0002-fs01.epsPS document15650KFigure S1. Continuous GPS observed times-series displacements from 10 days to 2 years after the 2004 Parkfield earthquake.
grl22858-sup-0003-fs02.epsPS document268KFigure S2. RMS misfit between observed time-series and a logarithmic fit as a function of the logarithmic decay time.
grl22858-sup-0004-fs03.epsPS document942KFigure S3. Calculated maximum shear stress change induced by coseismic slip associated with the 2004 Parkfield earthquake, and comparison between GPS observed coseismic displacements, those calculated by Langbein based in inverting the GPS data, and those calculated by this study using the FEM model.
grl22858-sup-0005-ts01.txtplain text document5KTable S1. Continuous GPS station locations, preseismic velocities, postseismic displacements, postseismic logarithmic coefficients, and model misfits.
grl22858-sup-0006-ts01.epsPS document333KTable S1. Continuous GPS station locations, preseismic velocities, postseismic displacements, postseismic logarithmic coefficients, and model misfits.

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