xsecmanyfoc: Plot Focal Mechs at X-Y position on cross sections

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Note Author(s) References See Also Examples

Description

Plot Focal Mechs at X-Y positions on cross sectionsor other plots that do not have geographic coordinates and projection.

Usage

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xsecmanyfoc(MEK,  theta=NULL, focsiz = 0.5, 
 foccol = NULL, UP=TRUE, focstyle=1, LEG = FALSE, DOBAR = FALSE)

Arguments

MEK

List of Focal Mechanisms, see details

focsiz

focal size, inches

theta

degrees, angle from north for projecting the focal mechs

foccol

focal color, default is to calculate based on rake

UP

logical, UP=TRUE means plot upper hemisphere (DEFAULT=TRUE)

focstyle

integer, 1=beach ball, 2=nipplot

LEG

logical, TRUE= add focal legend for color codes

DOBAR

add strike dip bar at epicenter

Details

Input MEK list contains

MEKS = list(lon=0, lat=0, str1=0, dip1=0, rake1=0, dep=0, name="", Elat=0, Elon=0, x=0, y=0)

The x, y coordinates of the input list are location where the focals will be plotted. For cross sections x=distance along the section and y would be depth. The focal mechs are added to the current plot.

Value

Graphical Side Effects

Note

If theta is NULL focals are plotted as if they were on a plan view. If theta is provided, however, the mechs are plotted with view from the vertical cross section. The cross section is taken at two points. Theta should be determined by viewing the cross section with the first point on the left and the second on the right. The view angle is through the section measured in degrees from north.

Author(s)

Jonathan M. Lees<jonathan.lees@unc.edu>

References

Lees, J. M., Geotouch: Software for Three and Four Dimensional GIS in the Earth Sciences, Computers & Geosciences, 26, 7, 751-761, 2000.

See Also

justfocXY, plotmanyfoc

Examples

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############# create and  plot the mechs in plan view:
N = 20
lon=runif(20, 235, 243)
     lat=runif(20, 45.4, 49)
     str1=runif(20,50,100)
     dip1=runif(20,10, 80)
     rake1=runif(20,5, 180)

     dep=runif(20,1,15)
     name=seq(from=1, to=length(lon), by=1)
     Elat=NULL
     Elon=NULL
yr = rep(2017, times=N)
jd = runif(N, min=1, max=365)

      MEKS = list(lon=lon, lat=lat, str1=str1, dip1=dip1,
 rake1=rake1, dep=dep, name=name, yr=yr, jd = jd)

     PROJ = GEOmap::setPROJ(type=2, LAT0=mean(lat) , LON0=mean(lon) )   ##   utm

     XY = GEOmap::GLOB.XY(lat, lon, PROJ)

     plot(range(XY$x), range(XY$y), type='n', asp=1)

     plotmanyfoc(MEKS, PROJ, focsiz=0.5)

ex = range(XY$x)
why = range(XY$y)


JJ = list(x=ex, y=why)


SWA = GEOmap::eqswath(XY$x, XY$y, MEKS$dep, JJ, width = diff(why) , PROJ = PROJ)


MEKS$x = rep(NA, length(XY$x))
MEKS$y = rep(NA, length(XY$y))


MEKS$x[SWA$flag] = SWA$r
MEKS$y[SWA$flag] = -SWA$depth
bigR = sqrt(  (JJ$x[2]-JJ$x[1])^2 + (JJ$y[2]-JJ$y[1])^2)

plot(c(0,bigR)   , c(0, min(-SWA$depth)) , type='n',
 xlab="Distance, KM", ylab="Depth")
points(SWA$r, -SWA$depth)

xsecmanyfoc(MEKS, focsiz=0.5,  LEG = TRUE, DOBAR=FALSE)
title("cross section: focals are plotted as if in plan view")


ang1 = atan2( JJ$y[2]-JJ$y[1] , JJ$x[2]-JJ$x[1])

 degang =  ang1*180/pi


xsecmanyfoc(MEKS, focsiz=0.5, theta=degang, LEG = TRUE, DOBAR=FALSE)
title("cross section: focals are view from the side projection (outer hemisphere)")

RFOC documentation built on May 2, 2019, 1:38 p.m.