Location View Introduction
First, users should read the Step 3: Recalculate event location and origin time (Location View) section for an introduction to the Location View with an event loaded into Jiggle. The Location View screenshot from this section, with a loaded event, is reproduced below.
New picks --> new location
Velocity Model Hadley-Kanamori (HK) velocity model is used for the entire SCSN network.
TODO describe solservers
HYPOINVERSE (DIS 5 80 1.0 1.5)
Screenshot of location view
Run again --> location will change again
Screenshot of HYPOINVERSE output view (another tab)?
TODO describe everything in the yellow section - create a table
"SrcVer" - is this the event versio ? (Event.Version in database schema) Higher version number always supersedes a lower number for a particular event.
Event version is incremented each time the preferred origin, magnitude or mechanism of the event is updated. A change in version number means a significant change to the event solution. There may be gaps in the version sequence, and skipped version numbers should not be interpreted as loss of event information. One event can have multiple origin solutions and magnitude solutions, but there is only one preferred origin ("prefor") and preferred magnitude ("prefmag") solution. For details link to SCSN Wiki TODO (postproc:event_versioning)
TODO describe columns in the HYPOINVERSE output Colors: black, orange, red, blue Depend on "Res" (residual)
TODO select "P" filter to view only waveforms with picks in Waveform View, which correspond to each row from HYPOINVERSE output in Location View
SCSN standard practice: Any pick with more than a 1 second residual ("Res" column) is reviewed in Jiggle; it may be deleted (in Waveform View) if it looks unreliable. If the residual is less than 1.5 seconds, and the event is located near the boundaries of the seismic network (such as Baja California), it may be retained; otherwise, its pick weight (TODO link to pick weight definitions) is changed to "4".
TODO describe "fix depth" and where the button is located. Explain why we would want to use "fix depth".
SCSN standard practice: Since we are unable to constrain the depth of events that have no picks for stations closer than 30-35 km, such events have their depths fixed at the traditional "shallow" default value of 6 km.
"Fix depth" to a value of 10 km is also used if calculated depths are greater than 10 km within the Imperial Valley in southeastern California. If the depth is left unfixed, the resulting calculation may give depths greater than 30 km that are too deep to be physically realistic for southern California earthquakes, because the HK velocity model is not representative of a sedimentary basin such as the Imperial Valley.