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In general, there seem to be few clear precursory signals. The strain effects, different at the two sites, are said to be consistent The following remarks apply to the three papers of case 6. 7. A dense network of geophysical stations at epicentral distances from 31 Copyright American Geophysical Union Special Publications 32 Evaluation of Proposed Earthquake Precursors Vol. 32 THE 1983 JAPAN SEA EARTHQUAKE 80 to 200 km created favorable conditions for detecting precur sors. 1. The most reliable precursor is occasional aseismic slips recorded at the station, nearest to the source, several months before the earthquake.
The frequency of occurrence was about 1 per day in the 3 weeks immediately preceding the earthquake. The signals were bay-like, had ampli tudes of tens of nanostrain and durations about 3 hours. They are consistent with aseismic slip on a planar deep extension of the earthquake fault plane, which dips at about 20° to the east. Such a source is also consistent with other observations of crustal defor mation. The geometry of the source region is suggestive of subduction in the Japan Sea. We hypothesize that episodic aseismic slip events are an important mechanism for stress redistribution in seismically active regions.
Copyright American Geophysical Union Special Publications Evaluation of Proposed Earthquake Precursors Vol. 32 CASE 6C PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE PRECURSORY CRUSTAL STRAIN AND TILT CHANGES ASSOCIATED WITH THE 1983 JAPAN SEA EARTHQUAKE S. Miura, S. Nakao, T. Sato, K. Tachibana, M. Mishina, H. Ishii, and A. Takagi Summary. By taking account of the independence of each data set, namely crustal strain and tilt, sea level and seismicity, anomalous strain and tilt changes preceding the 1983 Japan Sea earthquake were clarified.