Appendix I: Calculating California Seismicity Rates
Here we are concerned with solving for the long term average values of these parameters for the state of California. My primary data source is a catalog of 1850-2006 M 4.0 seismicity compiled with Tianqing Cao (Appendix H). Because earthquakes outside of the state can influence California I consider both earthquakes within the state and within 100 km of the state border (Figure 1).
Felzer, K.R., 2008, Calculating California seismicity rates, Appendix I in the Uniform California Earthquake Rupture Forecast, version 2: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2007- 1437I.
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