by Anthony Shakal, Vladimir Graizer, Moh Huang, Hamid Haddadi and Kuo-wan Lin
Shakal, Anthony, Vladimir Graizer, Moh Huang, Hamid Haddadi and Kuo-wan Lin (2005). Strong-Motion Data From the M6.0 Parkfield Earthquake of September 28, 2004. SMIP05
Seminar on Utilization of Strong-Motion Data, p. 1 - 18.
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The M6.0 Parkfield earthquake of September 28, 2004 that occurred on the San Andreas fault near the town of Parkfield in central California
produced the most extensive and dense set of near-fault strong motion recordings ever obtained in California. As a result of a widely accepted
likelihood of an earthquake in the area, a large number of strong motion stations had been deployed in the area. The arrays and the resultant
strong-motion measurements of the earthquake, as well as preliminary observations are described here. The data includes very high variability
in the near fault motion and accelerations as high as 2.5g.