In their comment, Yamamoto et al. (2019) are primarily concerned with the existence and effect of large values of minimum and maximum phase residuals in our analysis and locations using the 2014 observations, as listed in tables S7 and S8 in the supplementary material of our paper (Batsi et al., 2018). We retain these large residuals in the tables and analysis because they have vanishingly small effect on the NonLinLoc locations, as the used, equal differential time location algorithm (Lomax, 2008; Lomax et al., 2009) is highly robust to outlier readings. In the...
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Evangelia Batsi, Anthony Lomax, Jean‐Baptiste Tary, Frauke Klingelhoefer, Vincent Riboulot, Shane Murphy, Stephen Monna, Nurcan Meral Özel, Hakan Saritas, Günay Cifçi, Namik Çagatay, Luca Gasperini, Louis Géli; Reply to “Comment on ‘An Alternative View of the Microseismicity along the Western Main Marmara Fault’ by E. Batsi et al.” by Y. Yamamoto et al.. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 2020;; 110 (1): 383–386. doi: https://doi.org/10.1785/0120190052
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