Abstract

The aftershock sequence of the 30 September 1993 Killari earthquake in central India recorded by 14 temporary seismograph stations was used for seismic tomography study of the source area. About 1500 P and 1200 S phases were inverted by the local earthquake tomography method. The tomography structures revealed in this study shed new light in understanding seismotectonics of the Killari earthquake sequence. The contact of the low-velocity and high-velocity zones has been the source area for the mainshock.

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