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Figure 6 | Earth, Planets and Space

Figure 6

From: The possibility of deeper or shallower extent of the source area of Nankai Trough earthquakes based on the 1707 Hoei tsunami heights along the Pacific and Seto Inland Sea coasts, southwest Japan

Figure 6

Slip distributions and resultant vertical deformations for the three sub-slip models of the larger-earthquake scenario. In each panel, the assumed slip distribution is represented by green contour lines with intervals of 2 m; blue and red regions correspond to subsidence and uplift, respectively. As a reference, the region with slip of >1 m in the larger-earthquake scenario is bounded by the broken black line: (a) sub-slip model 1 of the larger-earthquake scenario, (b) sub-slip model 2 of the larger-earthquake scenario, and (c) sub-slip model 3 of the larger-earthquake scenario.

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