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Fig. 4

From: Updated absolute gravity rate of change associated with glacial isostatic adjustment in Southeast Alaska and its utilization for rheological parameter estimation

Fig. 4

Coseismic gravity changes in SE-AK. Panels a and b show the coseismic gravity changes due to the Haida Gwaii and Craig Earthquakes around SE-AK, respectively, which is modeled from the slip distributions by Lay et al. (2013) and the calculation software by Okubo (1992). The green squares and red circles indicate the seismic faults defined by Lay et al. (2013) and six AG points in Southeast Alaska, respectively. The epicenters (yellow stars) and source mechanism in these panels were analyzed by the Global CMT Project (https://www.globalcmt.org/). The panels c and d show the coseismic gravity changes due to the Haida Gwaii and Craig Earthquakes within the study area, respectively. Contours of the gravity changes are drawn every 0.1 \(\upmu\)Gal, and the red circles indicate the AG points

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