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Auxiliary material for this article contains figure of relevant features dealing with properties of trapped waves recorded at FAGN.

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grl27654-sup-0002-fs01.pdfPDF document15063KFigure S1. The unconsolidated soft upper layer indicated by boreholes does not play a role on the observed amplification at FAGN.
grl27654-sup-0003-fs02.pdfPDF document886KFigure S2. A second large-amplitude phase arrives about 1 sec after the direct S waves for source distances of 11 to 13 km.
grl27654-sup-0004-fs03.pdfPDF document807KFigure S3. As in Figure S2 but the time delay increases up to 2 sec for distances of 21 to 25 km. In the paper, we use this time delay to constrain geometry and velocity of the fault zone model.
grl27654-sup-0005-fs04.pdfPDF document250KFigure S4. Describes how the misfit between the theoretical and observed fault zone spectrum changes for different model parameters.

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