Earthquake location by distinct constraints for sparse and doubtful data

Andreas Samuel Eisermann
Earthquakes affected mankind since the days of old, claiming more human casualties than any other nature catastrophe. The determination of the hypocenter location displays one of the key subjects of seismology. Today’s standard approaches provide for trustable location estimates - given a large amount of stations with high quality data and proper assumptions about the sub-surface velocity structure. The same approaches fail, however, when this amount of stations and quality of data is not given,...
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