Jing Ci Neo

Jing Ci Neo
University of Michigan | U-M · Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences

Bachelor of Science

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Back-projection has proven useful in imaging large earthquake rupture processes. The method is generally robust and does not require many assumptions about the fault geometry or the Earth velocity model. It can be applied in both the time and frequency domain. However, back-projection images are often obtained from records filtered in a narrow freq...
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The locations of aftershocks are often observed to be on the same fault plane as the mainshock and used as proxies for its rupture area. Recent developments in earthquake relocation techniques have led to great improvements in the accuracy of earthquake locations, offering an unprecedented opportunity to quantify both the aftershock distribution an...
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The recent 2019 Ridgecrest earthquake sequence in southern California jostled the seismological community by revealing a complex and cascading foreshock series that culminated in a Mw 7.1 mainshock. But the central Garlock fault, despite being located immediately south of this sequence, did not coseismically fail. Instead, the Garlock fault underwe...
Preprint
Full-text available
The locations of aftershocks are often observed to be on the same fault plane as the mainshock and used as proxies for its rupture area. Recent developments in earthquake relocation techniques have led to great improvements in the accuracy of earthquake locations, offering an unprecedented opportunity to quantify both the aftershock distribution an...
Preprint
The recent 2019 Ridgecrest earthquake sequence in Southern California jostled the seismological community by revealing a complex and cascading foreshock series that culminated in a M7.1 mainshock. But the central Garlock fault, despite being located immediately south of this sequence, did not coseismically fail. Instead, the Garlock fault underwent...

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