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https://doi.org/10.5194/se-10-1519-2019
https://doi.org/10.5194/se-10-1519-2019
Research article
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10 Sep 2019
Research article |  | 10 Sep 2019

Modeling active fault systems and seismic events by using a fiber bundle model – example case: the Northridge aftershock sequence

Marisol Monterrubio-Velasco, F. Ramón Zúñiga, José Carlos Carrasco-Jiménez, Víctor Márquez-Ramírez, and Josep de la Puente

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Earthquake aftershocks display spatiotemporal correlations arising from their self-organized critical behavior. Stochastical models such as the fiber bundle (FBM) permit the use of an analog of the physical model that produces a statistical behavior with many similarities to real series. In this work, a new model based on FBM that includes geometrical faults systems is proposed. Our analysis focuses on aftershock statistics, and as a study case we modeled the Northridge sequence.