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Although the fundamental mode from the African event aligns with the predicted wave in the northem part of the array, the S phase (near T=I000 s) arrives some 8 seconds before the predicted time in NEOl. In contrast with this, both the S and SS arrivals from the Honshu event are in phase with the synthetics over most of the array. There are some important inconsistencies with the amplitudes. For example, the S wave which is predicted in NE14 for the African event is not present in the observations.
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Digital Seismology and Fine Modeling of the Lithosphere by E. Wielandt (auth.), R. Cassinis, G. Nolet, G. F. Panza (eds.)