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Three-Dimensional Q Structure in and Around the Hidaka Mountains, Hokkaido, Japan
Zisin (Journal of the Seismological Society of Japan 2nd ser )
The three-dimensional Q structure down to 150 km beneath the Hidaka Mountains , Hokkaido, Japan was determined using an inverse method. Apparent Q values were determined along ray paths from 456 earthquakes to the eight stations operated by Research Center for Earthquake Prediction of Hokkaido University. The hypocenters of these earthquakes were located beneath the Hidaka Mountains, with magnitude of 3.4-4.0. This region was divided into 600 blocks and then absolute Q values of the individualdoi:10.4294/zisin1948.43.1_121 fatcat:vv5tux2t2nasvm3srqrmy33ch4