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Lg Body-Wave Magnitude Scaling for the Continental Margin around Korea and Japan



Lg Body-Wave Magnitude Scaling for the Continental Margin around Korea and Japan



Pure and Applied Geophysics 169(4): 641-658



Regional body-wave magnitude scalings are essential for quantification of small and moderate-size earthquakes that are observed only up to regional distances. Crustally-guided shear waves, Lg, develop stably at regional distances in continental crusts and are minimally influenced by the source radiation patterns. Lg body-wave magnitude scalings,
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