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ggge2088-sup-0002-fs01.pdfPDF document722KFigure S1. Cut-and-Paste inversion of the Quebec earthquake determined by modeling regional broadband waveforms, which are arranged according to their azimuths.
ggge2088-sup-0003-fs02.pdfPDF document941KFigure S2. CAP inversion of the focal mechanism for the Arkansas earthquake.
ggge2088-sup-0004-fs03.pdfPDF document798KFigure S3. CAP inversion of the focal mechanism for the Oklahoma earthquake.
ggge2088-sup-0005-fs04.pdfPDF document604KFigure S4. Comparison of stacked data with synthetics for the model CR.
ggge2088-sup-0006-fs05.pdfPDF document1148KFigure S5. Sensitivity test of waveform fits for the perturbed models with different slopes above and below the low velocity zone.
ggge2088-sup-0007-fs06.pdfPDF document737KFigure S6. Grid search for the structure of the 660 discontinuity.
ggge2088-sup-0008-fs07.pdfPDF document590KFigure S7. Comparison of stacked data for southern stations and northern stations, which are separated by the line II in Figure 2.
ggge2088-sup-0009-fs08.pdfPDF document2091KFigure S8. Record section of the Arkansas earthquake without and with travel-time corrections shown inFigure 12 with a reduce velocity of 8.3 km/s.
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