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  • fig. S1. Observed S-wave spectral ratios of potentially induced earthquakes to their eGfs (colored solid lines) and modeled spectral ratios (gray dashed lines).
  • fig. S2. Observed S-wave spectral ratios of tectonic earthquakes in the central United States to their eGfs (colored solid lines) and modeled spectral ratios (gray dashed lines).
  • fig. S3. Observed S-wave spectral ratios of tectonic earthquakes in eastern North America to their eGfs (colored solid lines) and modeled spectral ratios (gray dashed lines).
  • fig. S4. East-component velocity seismograms and spectra recorded at station KAN06 for the 2016 Mw 5.1 Fairview earthquake (event #1) and its eGf (event #3).
  • fig. S5. East-component velocity seismograms and spectra recorded at station OK033 for the 2016 Mw 5.1 Fairview earthquake (event #1) and its eGf (event #3).
  • fig. S6. The misfits between the Brune spectral model and the stacked spectral ratios, and the corner frequency estimates derived from different window lengths for the 2016 Mw 5.1 Fairview earthquake.
  • fig. S7. Histograms of the corner frequency distribution from the bootstrap analysis for four Oklahoma earthquakes.
  • table S1. Near-source peak ground accelerations of potentially induced earthquakes in the central United States.
  • table S2. Source parameters of potentially induced earthquakes in the central United States.
  • table S3. Source parameters of tectonic earthquakes in the central United States.
  • table S4. Source parameters of tectonic earthquakes in eastern North America.
  • table S5. Comparison of source parameters between the study of Boyd et al. (41) and this study.
  • table S6. Networks and number of stations used in this study.
  • References (47–59)

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