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Fig. 5 | Earth, Planets and Space

Fig. 5

From: An updated and refined catalog of earthquakes in Taiwan (1900–2014) with homogenized M w magnitudes

Fig. 5

a Logarithmic plots of the cumulative number of earthquakes per year in Taiwan versus the original magnitudes (M H , M D(A), M D(D), M L ) over different time periods. b Logarithmic plots of the cumulative number of earthquakes in Taiwan per year versus our new converted M w magnitude over different time periods since 1900. The regressive slope is 1.0, indicating that our new converted M w values are the same as the Harvard M w values in the regression range

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