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Table 2 Parameters of fault segments in our model

From: Fault source model for the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake sequence based on ALOS-2/PALSAR-2 pixel-offset data: evidence for dynamic slip partitioning

No. Lat. (deg.) Lon. (deg.) Bottom (km) Strike (deg.) Dip (deg.) Width (km) Length (km) Slip M w [M o (Nm)] Ave. slip (m)
F1 32.82 130.87 20.0 231.69 78.69 20.0 41.29 Normal + right-lateral 6.77 [1.80 × 1019] 0.72
F2 32.77 130.81 20.0 214.99 86.51 20.0 18.28 Right-lateral 6.62 [1.05 × 1019] 0.96
F3 32.82 130.93 10.0 230.77 65.61 10.0 12.65 Normal 6.46 [0.61 × 1019] 1.50
  1. Lat. and Lon. present center coordinates of top projection of faults. Slip indicates the direction of slip constraint on each segment. M w is total geodetic moment release calculated by slip distribution. Ave. is average of slip on each segment. Top depth of all faults is located at surface