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Figure 1 | Earth, Planets and Space

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From: Strike-slip motion of a mega-splay fault system in the Nankai oblique subduction zone

Figure 1

High-resolution seafloor topography of the Nankai Trough region off the Kii Peninsula. Red lines indicate the mega-splay fault system including the wedge boundary strike-slip fault (WBSF) and trough axis. Yellow lines indicate the locations of the seismic reflection survey lines shown in this paper. Black rectangles indicate the locations of the enlarged seafloor topography displayed in Figures 3a and 4a.

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