Correction to “Coseismic slip distribution of the February 27, 2010 Mw 8.8 Maule, Chile earthquake”

Authors

  • Fred F. Pollitz,

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  • Ben Brooks,

  • Xiaopeng Tong,

  • Michael G. Bevis,

  • James H. Foster,

  • Roland Bürgmann,

  • Robert Smalley Jr.,

  • Christophe Vigny,

  • Anne Socquet,

  • Jean-Claude Ruegg,

  • Jaime Campos,

  • Sergio Barrientos,

  • Héctor Parra,

  • Juan Carlos Baez Soto,

  • Sergio Cimbaro,

  • Mauro Blanco

Errata

This article corrects:

  1. Coseismic slip distribution of the February 27, 2010 Mw 8.8 Maule, Chile earthquake Volume 38, Issue 9, Article first published online: 6 May 2011

[1] In the paper “Coseismic slip distribution of the February 27, 2010 Mw 8.8 Maule, Chile earthquake” by Fred F. Pollitz et al. (Geophysical Research Letters, 38, L09309, doi:10.1029/2011GL047065, 2011) the captions for Figure 1–3 are ordered incorrectly. The correct captions for Figures 1–3 appear here.

[2] Figure 1. Rupture areas associated with historic earthquakes along the Andean megathrust and aftershocks of the February 27, 2010 event. Historical epicenters are provided by Centro Regional de Sismología para America del Sur and aftershock locations are provided by the National Earthquake Information Center. White lines indicate the surface projection of the fault plane used to model the 2010 event. Nazca–South America relative plate motion vector is from Ruegg et al. [2009].

[3] Figure 2. Observed coseismic GPS offsets (black vectors) with 95% uncertainties compared with model horizontal offsets using the coseismic slip model obtained by the joint InSAR/GPS inversion, which is contoured in gray (values in meters). White lines indicate the surface projection of the fault plane.

[4] Figure 3. Coseismic slip models derived from (a) InSAR data only, (b) GPS data only, and (c) combined GPS and InSAR data, with seismic moment indicated for each model. Contour interval is 3 m. Star symbol indicates the Global CMT epicenter.

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