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This feature is often called a discontinuity, but the sharpness and lateral con tinuity of the increase remains important research topics. Fig ure 2b indicates regions where the most compelling observations (from detailed waveform analyses) of the shear velocity increase are found, relative to large scale patterns in LAYANDGARNERO shear velocity (Figure 2a, Plate 1). , 2001]. g. Weber and Davis, 1990; Kendall and Nangini, 1996; Garnero and Lay, 2003]. , 1998]. This requires further investigation and assessment of the reliabil ity of isolated detections based on waveform complexity.
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