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Fig. 9 | Earth, Planets and Space

Fig. 9

From: Numerical simulations to explain the coseismic electromagnetic signals: a case study for a M5.4 aftershock of the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake

Fig. 9

Seismic and EM signals obtained by considering an artificial scattering effect. Once again, we consider the seven-layer half-space model and a receiver located at (− 80,890, 8680, 0.1) m. An artificial scattering effect is introduced by employing an artificial scattering conversion coefficient of Cst = 0.6 and a horizontal wave-field rotation angle of 30° in the counterclockwise direction. The simulated seismic and EM wave-fields are displayed in a Cartesian and b cylindrical coordinates, respectively

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