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The 3 September 2016 Mw 5.8 Pawnee earthquake, widely felt throughout Oklahoma and neighboring states, may be the largest injection-induced earthquake recorded to date. The cover figure depicts the slip distribution of the earthquake as derived from Grandin et al. (this issue), one of 10 original research papers presented here in an SRL focus section about the earthquake. The focus section provides a complete view of the stress evolution leading to the mainshock inferred from foreshock activities and coupled poro-elastic modeling; coseismic stress changes and deformations from both seismological and geodetic observations; dynamic hydrological responses at far-field; and liquefaction observations from geoelectrical and surface mapping.
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Vol. 88, No. 4
Seismological Research Letters provides a less-formal journal for communication among seismologists, engineers, and earthquake hazards-policy professionals. SRL includes articles of broad seismological interest, focus sections about earthquakes and contemporary topics, opinions, SSA news and more.
SRL has the ability to quickly process and publish articles with preliminary reports about recent major earthquakes, allowing readers to keeping current. In addition to the bi-monthly full issues published online and in print, "E-First" SRL articles are now published weekly (on Wednesdays) at the Early Publication Page at GeoScienceWorld.
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