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Table 2 Inversion results for each case

From: Joint inversion of strain and tilt data using the Akaike’s Bayesian information criterion to map detailed slip distributions of short-term slow slip events

Case Seismic moment (N m) Moment magnitude Standard deviation/slip (cm)a
N170E N80E
Example 1: 14–19 April 2015 7.99 × 1017 5.87 0.18/1.15 0.19/0.56
 Rectangle fault model 1.25 × 1018 6.00   
 Based on strain data alone 3.20 × 1017 5.60 0.43/0.56 0.33/0.65
 Rectangle fault model 1.54 × 1018 6.06   
 Based on tilt data alone 0.36/0.97 0.40/0.26
 Rectangle fault model 1.27 × 1018 6.00   
Example 2: 29 December 2015 to 1 January 2016 6.05 × 1017 5.79 0.07/0.25 0.07/0.36
 Rectangle fault model 3.81 × 1017 5.65   
Example 2: 1–5 January 2016 6.67 × 1017 5.82 0.20/0.61 0.16/0.86
 Rectangle fault model 6.14 × 1017 5.79   
Example 2: 5–7 January 2016 1.56 × 1017 5.40 0.07/0.30 0.07/0.15
 Rectangle fault model 4.28 × 1017 5.69   
Example 3: 23–27 October 2016 6.92 × 1017 5.83 0.23/0.89 0.25/0.42
 Rectangle fault model 1.16 × 1018 5.98   
 Based on strain data alone 2.05 × 1017 5.47 0.15/0.17 0.15/0.17
 Rectangle fault model 1.81 × 1018 6.11   
 Based on tilt data alone 0.43/1.00 0.46/0.22
 Rectangle fault model 1.07 × 1018 5.95   
  1. a1 The standard deviation and amount of the slip in the two orthogonal directions (N170E and N80E) at the maximum slip subfault