Tsunami source with revised CMT solution explains amplitudes at Hilo, HI
||MOST propagation model in spherical coordinate (Titov & Gonzalez,1997; Titov & Synolakis, 1998). Due to coarse grid resolution, only offshore wave propagation is modeled. Solid wall boundary conditions are set at 50m depth.
||Derived from Smith & Sandwell 2min data. Resolution of the computational grid is variable.It is ~6min near equator and becomes finer when moving south.
||CMT solutions from Harvard and USGS were used
- Harvard source model parameters
- NP1: 160km X 60km, slip=5m
- NEIC source model parameters
- NP1: 180km X 80km, slip=6.5m
- NP2: 180km X 80km, slip=6.5m
- Revised Harvard CMT New!
- NP1: 200km X 70 km, slip = 15m
||Titov, V.V., and F.I. Gonzalez (1997): Implementation and testing of the Method of Splitting Tsunami (MOST) model NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL PMEL-112, 11 pp.. (PDF)
Titov, V. V.; Synolakis, C. E., 1998, Numerical modeling of tidal wave runup, Journal of Waterways, Ports, Coastal and Ocean Engineering, 124 (4), 157-171.