Advances in Geophysics, Vol. 32 by Renata Dmowska (ed.), Barry Saltzman (ed.)

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25. Logarithm of seismic energy versus seismic moment magnitude for small tremors observed at the Heinrich Robert coal mine, Federal Republic of Germany, in 1987 and 1988. The lines of constant apparent stress show the range of energy variation for a given seismic moment. The Gutenberg-Richter relation is shown by a dashed line. , 1990). 5 to 30; for two thirds of the events this ratio is smaller than 10. , Boatwright and Fletcher, 1984). , 1990). 26. Logarithm of P-wave energy versus logarithm of S-wave energy for small tremors observed at the Heinrich Robert coal mine, Federal Republic of Germany, in 1987 and 1988.

In the Gentry Mountain area the vast majority of the largest events located by Wong et al. (1989) were characterized by a non-double-couple, possibly implosional, mechanism and were determined to be predominantly below mine level. Wong et al. (1989) conclude that a possible focal model for these events may involve shear-implosional displacements as proposed by Rudajev and Sileny (1985). However, it is rather difficult to imagine a plausible mechanism with an implosional component at considerable depth below the mine level.

The composite fault-plane solution is obtained from the joint processing of P-wave polarity observations from a number of seismic events, occurring in a given area and within a limited time interval, for a common focal mechanism. , 1989), although its applicability is not always well justified. The amplitude data of P and S waves permit us to calculate the radiation pattern more efficiently and to restrain the fault-plane solution by fewer observations than those required for polarity data. , 1981) in the form of S to P amplitude ratios for computing the focal mechanism from local observations.

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