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Official Journal of the Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS)

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From: The 2015 M w 6.0 Mt. Kinabalu earthquake: an infrequent fault rupture within the Crocker fault system of East Malaysia

Fig. 2

Seismological evaluation of the 2015 Kinabalu earthquake. a Point-source moment tensor solution from CAP analysis yields a best-fit centroid depth of about 13–14 km. b Map view of the finite rupture model of Mt. Kinabalu earthquake and relocated epicenters of the mainshock and select aftershocks. Upper bound of the modeled rupture plane is indicated by a heavy line, about 4 km below the surface. Red lines are active normal faults mapped from SRTM topography. c Slip in the finite rupture model, including rake angles (white arrows) and timing (black contours, in 2-second intervals). d Moment-rate function of the finite fault model shows that rupture lasted about 5 s. e Teleseismic P-wave fits for select stations. Red is synthetic and black is data; station names appear at the beginning of each waveform pair, as well as epicenter azimuth (above, in degrees) and distance (below, in degrees). Peak displacements (in micrometer) appear above the end of the waveform

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