Figure 10. POTENTIAL LOCATION OF INFRASOUND HOTSPOT FIELD RESPONSIBLE FOR HIGH AMPLITUDE INFRASOUND EMISSIONS IN KASHMIR VALLEY.
Historical geodesy. Red ellipse indicates potential location for Infrasound Hot Spots within field of past earthquakes (2006-2012): from Figure 1 in  .
Small black triangles indicate trigonometric points linking the nineteenth century Great Trigonometrically Survey of India to the Russian Survey network measured in 1913 (Mason 1914). Colour-coded squares indicate GPS velocities relative to India obtained in the past 30 years. Smoothed blue solid contours indicate southwards velocity; dashed black contours indicate westwards velocity. Earthquake ruptures are indicated by violet shading with the magnitudes indicated. Hatched areas indicate pre-instrumental earthquakes in the late nineteenth century.
Source: Roger Bilham. Figure 1 “Himalayan earthquakes: a review of historical seismicity and early 21st century slip potential” CIRES and Geological Sciences, University of Colorado Boulder, 216 UCB, Boulder, CO 80309, USA, 0000-0002-5547-4102. From: TRELOAR, P. J. & SEARLE, M. P. (eds) Himalayan Tectonics: A Modern Synthesis. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 483.
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