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Table 1 Tsunamigenic events for the SWIFT TSUNAMI system

From: Near-field tsunami forecast system based on near real-time seismic moment tensor estimation in the regions of Indonesia, the Philippines, and Chile

Event with M w Date (yyyy-mm-dd) Origin time (UTC) Latitude (°N) Longitude (°E) Focal depth (km) Fault planea Strike (deg) Dip (deg) Rake (deg) Scaling lawb L (km) W (km) D (m) Tsunami datac Reference
DART Tide Gauge
2012 M w 8.6 off Sumatra earthquake 2012-04-11 08:38:34 2.0 94.0 50 FP1
FP2
201
110
54
89
1
144
SC1
SC2
207
352
103
176
10.4
3.6
23227, 23401, 56001, 56003 1, 2, 4, 7 Duputel et al. (2012a)
2007 M w 8.5 Bengkulu earthquake 2007-09-12 11:10:23 −5.0 101.0 15 FP1
FP2
314
112
10
81
112
86
SC1
SC2
184
314
92
157
9.2
3.2
23401 6 Gusman et al. (2010)
2007 M w 7.7 aftershock of Bengkulu earthquake 2007-09-12 23:49:01 −2.7 100.6 30 FP1
FP2
325
126
27
64
107
82
SC1
SC2
73
125
36
62
3.7
1.3
23401 Gusman et al. (2010)
2010 M w 7.8 Sumatra earthquake 2010-04-06 22:15:03 2.3 96.5 20 FP1
FP2
306
127
7
83
89
90
SC1
SC2
82
140
41
70
4.1
1.4
23401, 56001 2, 3, 4, 6
2010 M w 7.5 Mentawai tsunami earthquake 2010-10-25 14:42:21 −4.0 99.8 10 FP1
FP2
308
97
31
63
117
75
SC1
SC2
58
99
29
49
2.9
1.0
56001 4, 5, 6, 7 Satake et al. (2013)
2012 M w 7.5 Philippine Trench earthquake 2012-08-31 12:47:38 10.8 127.0 40 FP1
FP2
346
206
56
41
65
122
SC1
SC2
58
99
29
49
2.9
1.0
52405, 52404, 52403 8 Heidarzadeh and Satake (2014)
2015 M w 8.4 Illapel earthquake 2015-09-16 22:54:29 −31.2 287.2 5 FP1
FP2
12
169
21
71
112
82
SC1
SC2
164
280
82
140
8.2
2.8
32402, 32401, 32412, 32411 14–31 Heidarzadeh et al. (2016)
2014 M w 8.1 Iquique earthquake 2014-04-01 23:46:49 −20.1 289.2 25 FP1
FP2
352
167
17
73
95
88
SC1
SC2
116
198
58
99
5.8
2.0
32401, 32402, 32412, 32413 9–16, 18, 19, 21 Gusman et al. (2015)
  1. aFP1 and FP2 are two fault planes because of the double couple
  2. b SC1 and SC2 indicate the scaling laws of Utsu (2001) and Murotani et al. (2013), respectively. Length (L), width (W), and slip amount (D) of a finite rectangular fault are given by these scaling laws using the M w
  3. a,b The initial tsunami height conditions of src01, src02, src03, and src04 shown in figures are yielded by the pairs of FP1/SC1, FP1/SC2, FP2/SC1, and FP2/SC2, respectively
  4. c The tsunami data stations are shown in Fig. 2. Selected tide gauge stations are located within a 2-h tsunami arrival time