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Table 1 Properties of the synthetic model as defined in Ferra et al. (1991)

From: Dissimilar receiver functions observed at very close stations in the Kii Peninsula, central Japan: features and causes

Layer index Layer thickness V P V S ρ Anisotropy Velocity interface
%P %S Fast axis Strike Dip
Trend Plunge
N.WTRF model
 U1 4.0 5.80 3.35 2.65 0 0 0
 U2 3.0 6.10 3.52 2.75 5 5 330 40 0
 U3 4.0 6.30 3.64 2.80 0 0 0
 M1 4.0 6.60 3.81 2.89 10 10 330 30 0
 M2 5.0 6.60 3.81 2.89 5 5 240 30 0
 L1 7.0 6.80 3.93 2.93 0 0 0
 L2 8.0 6.80 3.93 2.93 10 10 60 0 240 15
 UM 7.80 4.50 3.50 5 5 0 15 240 15
N.WATH model
 U1 3.0 5.80 3.35 2.65 0 0 0
 U2 9.0 6.30 3.64 2.80 10 10 0 60 0
 M1 3.0 6.60 3.81 2.89 0 0 0
 M2 5.0 6.60 3.81 2.89 10 10 300 45 0
 L1 7.0 6.80 3.93 2.93 0 0 0
 L2 8.0 6.80 3.93 2.93 10 10 60 0 240 15
 UM 7.80 4.50 3.50 5 5 0 15 240 15
  1. Bottom three layers indicated by italics font are the same for both models. Thickness is in km, V P and V S are in km/s, and ρ (density) is in g/cm3