Typhoons generate ocean waves, which induce ground motions on the seafloor. Such processes can generate microseismic signals observed at far distances (Longuet-Higgins 1950; Tabulevich 1971; Sutton 1996; Bromirski et al. 1999; Tolman 1999; Grevemeyer et al. 2000; Kedar and Webb 2005; Webb 2007; Gerstoft et al. 2008; Kedar et al. 2008; Wilson and Makris 2008; Koper and de Foy 2008). However, direct observations on the deep seafloor under a typhoon were not available until now, due to the difficulty of field operations and the lack of proper...
Seismological Report on the 2006 Typhoon Shanshan that Lit up Seismic Stations along Its Way
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Wu-Cheng Chi, Wan-Jou Chen, David Dolenc, Ban-Yuen Kuo, Ching-ren Lin, John Collins; Seismological Report on the 2006 Typhoon Shanshan that Lit up Seismic Stations along Its Way. Seismological Research Letters ; 81 (4): 592–596. doi: https://doi.org/10.1785/gssrl.81.4.592
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