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Fig. 4 | Earth, Planets and Space

Fig. 4

From: Complex faulting in the Quetta Syntaxis: fault source modeling of the October 28, 2008 earthquake sequence in Baluchistan, Pakistan, based on ALOS/PALSAR InSAR data

Fig. 4

a Observation along descending path, covering the seismic sequence. b Calculated model whose slip distributions for each segment are shown in Fig. 9. The same fault geometry of four faults, which was used is the ascending InSAR data, i.e., RLF1, RLF2, LLF1, and LLF2, is shown. c Residuals between observed and calculated data. High-amplitude signal area enclosed in rectangle is shown in Fig. 7a. Color scale with positive and negative values shows range changes along radar line of sight, indicating surface movement away and towards the satellite, respectively

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