abstract

Much more than hypocenter location can be done with digital time histories obtained from regional seismic networks. Examples are given of how these data can be routinely processed to provide readily accessible intermediate results for subsequent studies, among which are velocity inversion using teleseismic P residuals, composite focal mechanism studies, and spectral analysis. The processing must be designed to be as routine and as complete as possible. Only with these two objectives achieved can the seismic networks be as productive as they should be.

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