IISEE’s CMTs, Aftershock Distributions, Fault planes, and Rupture processes for recent large earthquakes in the world

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Detailed information on the analyses and data:

n         Centroid moment tensor

n         Aftershock distribution and corresponding fault plane

n         Rupture process



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