Seismogenesis ends when an earthquake occurs, then the process recommences. The Cox (1972) model relates time that passes before an event occurs to covariates associated with that time. This is developed into a proportional seismic‐hazard model of earthquake elapsed time and is used to delve into the temporal and spatial complexity of Indonesian seismicity in different tectonic environments. Moment magnitudes Mw≥7.0 are accepted, being more closely causally related to major tectonic faults than is the populous 5.0≤Mw<7.0 seismicity. Eight zones are modeled, spanning the subduction between the Australian and Sunda plates, the back‐arc of Java...

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