Aftershocks of the Dasht-e Bayāz earthquake were recorded in the epicentral area with high-gain, high-frequency equipment. This study shows the general characteristics of the aftershock series. The foci are clustered near the ends of the 80 km surface faulting, at 25 km depth. In this earthquake sequence, the secondary series are not distinct in space or mechanism from the primary series, and microevents have the same strain release characteristics as the larger aftershocks.

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