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Our study attempts to test the hypothesis that this is also the case for triggered tremor. The Denali‐triggered tremor documented by Rubinstein et al. Earthquakes that generated tremor‐triggering waves have italicized location names and those that may have triggered earthquakes have asterisks. British Columbia). All teleseismic and almost all local/regional earthquake magnitudes are moment magnitudes, Mw, although a few of the later events are energy magnitudes, Me. Peak Ground Velocities (PGV) on the vertical component at PHC are noted in the eighth column and the back azimuth to the events is listed in the last column. “Largest” motions may be defined in many ways. We employed the simple metric of peak velocity as a general proxy for size (Figure 2). We searched the global catalog (U.S. PHC because this is the most stable component of a broadband instrument that was in operation over the 11‐year study interval. We also examine regional and local earthquakes in this same time period to determine whether they also might trigger tremor and/or earthquakes.
For the regional/local events, we examined all 17 M ≥ 6.0 earthquakes within 1000 km of the center of Vancouver Island for the same 11‐year time period. The majority of these regional/local events impart smaller peak velocities at PHC than the teleseismic events we consider (Figure 2), although for the events closest to Vancouver Island the values shown undoubtedly underestimate the velocities at sites closer than PHC. We also include these local/regional events to explore whether their higher frequency content might trigger more effectively. Our second hypothesis proposes that very specific, localized conditions must be satisfied for triggering tremor or earthquakes. By noting where and when triggering occurs on Vancouver Island we assess whether there are unique attributes of the locations where it does occur and whether relevant conditions are permanent features or temporally varying. Also, as the aforementioned association of slow slip with tremor suggests, a sensible hypothesis proposes that triggered tremor is more probable in regions experiencing slow slip and/or tremor. We test these hypotheses by characterizing the tremor and earthquakes triggered by the 47 posited triggering earthquakes, and noting where triggering did and did not occur. We primarily use the data from the Canadian Seismic Network (CNSN) permanent stations on Vancouver Island.
Each player had their own role. Although their talents may be less than others, they still participated. Even the worst could still be a Beliveau, Howe or Hull in their own world. They wore the sweaters of their heroes and tried, sometimes in vain, to emulate their style. A right hand shot, in his mind, could still be Bobby Hull. In the city, road hockey reflected the changing face of Canada. New settlers in a neighbourhood brought a new crop of road hockey players. Part of a neighbourhood's image was the ever present road hockey game. Cars did not seem to affect the game. It was a minor inconvenience to move the net and allow cars to move. Like the traffic flow, constant and unabated, so flowed the players. A new face would arrive bringing a stick and ball. The question was simple. It was a simple form of transition that allowed hockey to renew itself in perpetuity. Road hockey was a noble form of acceptance. It was the blending of societies. The new kid may have looked different and sounded different, but he wanted to play hockey. That was acceptable. He was acceptable.
To the other players, he wasn't really that different. He wanted to play the game. Traffic in the store has increased. The doctor with his daughter and her skates that need sharpening. She is wearing a Florida jacket. He talks about the latest trials and tribulations on Carlton Street. The hockey executive, resplendent in his bleu, blanc et rouge of Les Canadiens wants to talk about equipment for the league. The game is being passed to another generation, and though the backroom machinations of the organizations have become greater, it is still volunteers with a love for the game who ensure it continues. Ken Dryden once said that hockey was a game to be played by kids until the kids were old enough to pass it on to kids of their own. Go to many arenas late at night. Watch the "oldtimers" playing their pick up game. It is a valiant, yet losing battle to regain their youth. The "liniment leagues" means not admitting to mortality. Once a week, once during the game, it will all come together and you are again 8 or 9 years old.