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Figure 2.67: A. Best fit dislocation models for the Point Reyes profile. The black dots are the fault-parallel projected GPS velocities with their associated error bars. The grey dots are the PS-SAR data from (Funning et al., 2007). The dashed line is the best classic (elastic half-space) dislocation model. The continuous line is our preferred asymmetric model with a K ratio of $0.41$ that better matches the observed velocity of the westernmost GPS site on the Farallon Islands. B. Trade off between the Locking Depth and the Slip Rate on the SAF. Contoured values are the sum of the weighted squared residuals divided by the number of data points C. Trade off between the Asymmetry Ratio and the Locking Depth on the SAF. D. Trade off between the Asymmetry Ratio and the Slip Rate on the SAF.
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