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Land Surface Temperature Variation Following the 2017 Mw 7.3 Iran Earthquake
During an earthquake, crustal deformation, fluid flow, and temperature variation are coupled; however, earthquake-related land surface temperature (LST) variations remain unclear. To determine whether post-seismic fluid migration can cause changes in LST, and taking the Mw 7.3 2017 Iran earthquake as an example, we modeled surface cooling (CA) and warming (WA) areas induced by co-seismic slip and fluid migration using a thermo-hydro-mechanical (THM) coupled numerical simulation. Moreover, usingdoi:10.3390/rs11202411 fatcat:a6qpwfmhpzdfxh3gkosgs3a7pe