The routine use of regional broadband data for the determination of moment tensors of even very small events (Mw ∼ 3.5) has considerably enhanced our understanding of tectonic processes in many active regions worldwide (e.g., Kao and Jian 2001; Braunmiller et al. 2002; Kubo et al. 2002; Pondrelli et al. 2002; Clinton et al. 2006; Risteau 2008). This development can be attributed to a number of reasons, such as the ability to generate accurate synthetic seismograms for a given velocity model and an increase in the amount and quality of data...

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