BATS CMT/ Figure format explanation
Figures in this directory, numbered according
to their origin time, show the complete result of waveform inversion.
Seismograms of three components (V: vertical; R: radial; T: transverse)
from BATS stations are used. The station code, azimuth, epicentral
distance, name of velocity model, and the frequency band used in
the inversion are shown at the top of each set of seismograms. Thick
and thin races are observed and synthetic waveforms, respectively.
The normalized maximum amplitude and corresponding misfit are near the
beginning of each trace. The absolute amplitude scale is shown near
the bottom. The focal mechanism is shown in lower-hemisphere projection
with shaded area showing compressional P first motions. Dashed lines represent
the corresponding best double couple solution. The solid dots or
bottom positions of P, T, and B letters represnt corresponding P,
T, and B axes, respectively, while the open triangles show projected locations
of used BATS stations. The newer version also lists the geometry parameters
of two inferred fault planes.