The table below shows the results from polarization analysis of long-period surface waves using the method described by Ekstrom and Busby (SRL, 2008). The horizontal components have been rotated to maximize the correlation between the observed and predicted seismograms for moderate and large earthquakes. The table shows the median (aqua blue) of the rotation angle (the anomaly), as well as the range (navy blue) for the second and third quartiles of the distribution of angles.
The table below gives the channel names and station orientation for the horizontal components, the wave type (Surface-wave or Mantle-wave), a response epoch identifier, the times of the first and last observations used, the total number of observations, and the number of polarization measurements used in the estimate of the sensor orientation. Estimates based on fewer than 5 measurements are less reliable. The orientation anomaly is measured against the reported orientation (Az-1, Az-2). A positive value for the anomaly reflects a counter-clockwise rotation of the sensor compared to the reported value.
Ranked by polarization anomaly
Ascii file with the data
|Station||Channels||T||Epoch||min time||max time||Az-1||Az-2||# obs.||# used||-90- -26||-25- -21||-20- -16||-15- -11||-10- -8||-7- -5||-4- -2||-1- 1||2- 4||5- 7||8- 10||11- 15||16- 20||21- 25||26- 90|