**Talk at the DGG Meeting 2000 in Munich**

**Three Dimensional Wave Propagation**
**in Seismic Fault Zone Models**

**Gunnar Jahnke,**
**Heiner Igel,**
**Yehuda Ben-Zion**

Errata:

Shown in the seismogram plots and the snapshot plots is always the Y-Component, not the X-Component!

Title

Testing against Analytical Solutions(Plot is identical to my poster at the AGU 99)

Geometry(all models have this geometry and source in common)

Basic Model(Basic fault model with source at fault's border - comparison to homogeneous model)

Snapshots for Basic Model (1)(Snapshots of Y-component of wave propagation in the plane perpendicular to the fault - source is located at the faults'border)

Snapshots for Basic Model (2)(Snapshots continued)

Basic Model - Source 300m outside(Like Basic Model, but with source shifted outside the fault. Much less trapped waves occur.)

Basic Model - Source 150m outside(Like Basic Model, but with source shifted 150m outside the fault. Waveforms look similar to the Basic Model)

Basic Model - Source centered in Fault(Like Basic Model, but with source shifted to the center of the fault. Waveforms look similar to the Basic Model)

Bottleneck Model(Like Basic Model but with narrow domain, dispersion of the trapped waves can be seen.)

V-Shaped Model(Like Basic Model, but with increasing fault with towards the surface.)

Parkfield Model(Seismograms for the Parkfield Model)