Reliable single-array location is important for nuclear monitoring and other Earth science applications (e.g., Lindquist et al. 2005; Guilbert et al. 2005; Rost and Garnero 2006). Effective use of small-to-medium-aperture (20–25 km or less) seismic arrays requires calibration to account for local and distant propagation effects. Array calibration reduces bias in bearing estimation and event location at regional and teleseismic distances. There is a need for calibration at the International Monitoring System array CMAR (Chiang Mai, Thailand). First mentioned by Koch and Kraundofer (1997) and Bondar et al. (1999), then by...

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