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grl29063-sup-0002-fs01.jpgJPEG image1982KFigure S1. Baseline plot of ERS and Envisat data used in this study.
grl29063-sup-0003-fs02.jpgJPEG image406KFigure S2. Uncertainty maps associated with the rate maps in Figure 2.
grl29063-sup-0004-fs03.jpgJPEG image1613KFigure S3. Interferograms showing orbital and long wavelength atmospheric delay errors from different tracks.
grl29063-sup-0005-fs04.jpgJPEG image68KFigure S4. Trade-off curve between weighted misfit and solution roughness.
grl29063-sup-0006-fs05.jpgJPEG image2313KFigure S5. Velocity and strain rate field with smoothing factors of 1e−1.6, 1e−1.2, and 1e−0.8.
grl29063-sup-0007-fs06.jpgJPEG image701KFigure S6. East, north and vertical velocity field in the overlapping ascending and descending region and difference of E-W component between Figures S6a and 3a.
grl29063-sup-0008-fs07.jpgJPEG image1474KFigure S7. Velocity and strain rate field from jointly inversion while N-S velocities constrained by GPS data alone and velocity and strain rate field constrained by GPS data alone.
grl29063-sup-0009-fs08.jpgJPEG image1105KFigure S8. Uncertainty of the velocity field.
grl29063-sup-0010-fs09.jpgJPEG image233KFigure S9. Surface rupture determined through the coseismic interferogram associated with the 1996 Mw 6.8 earthquake.
grl29063-sup-0011-fs10.jpgJPEG image62KFigure S10. Postseismic velocity field 10 years after the 1996 Mw6.8 earthquake predicted using a Burgers rheology with a transit viscosity 5e17 and steady-state viscosity 1e19.
grl29063-sup-0012-fs11.jpgJPEG image1031KFigure S11. Observed and fitted InSAR rate maps, and residuals associated with the velocity field model in Figure 3.
grl29063-sup-0013-fs12.jpgJPEG image1183KFigure S12. Model components including velocity, orbital errors, and topographically-correlated atmospheric delay errors associated with the velocity field model in Figure 3.

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