After comparing waveform fits based on the two planes of the input moment tensor, we find that a solution adjusted from the nodal plane striking towards 252.0 deg. fits the data better. The adjusted solution uses 4 plane segments (see Table 1 below) designed to match a priori knowledge of the fault (e.g., 3D slab geometry). The seismic moment release based upon this solution is 1.9e+27 dyne.cm (Mw = 7.4) using a 1D crustal model interpolated from CRUST2.0 (Bassin et al., 2000).

Segment | Strike (deg.) | Dip (deg.) |
---|---|---|

1 | 252.0 | 44.0 |

2 | 252.0 | 33.0 |

3 | 252.0 | 24.0 |

4 | 252.0 | 13.0 |