Here, we respond to the comment of Morozov (2019) on Wcisło et al. (2018). We use this opportunity to describe in more detail the principles of the method used in Wcisło et al. (2018) and clarify the points discussed in the earlier debate of Eisner et al. (2013, 2014) and Morozov (2014).

In microseismicity, the influence of attenuation on observed seismic waveforms is significant. For stronger earthquakes (e.g., felt by humans at a surface), the seismic waves are usually dominated by relatively low frequencies (below 10 Hz). Microseismic monitoring networks, by definition, record seismic signals at near...

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