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Fig. 3

From: An investigation into the remote triggering of the Oita earthquake by the 2016 Mw 7.0 Kumamoto earthquake using full wavefield simulation

Fig. 3

Locations of M ≥ 2.0 earthquakes at depths from 0 to 30 km for 15 days before and 2 months after the April 16, 2016, Mw 7.0 Kumamoto earthquake. a Left window shows the JMA CMT for the Kumamoto earthquake, other earthquakes (including foreshocks and aftershocks) from the JMA catalog (solid circles), and K-NET and KiK-net stations (diamonds) used to locate the Oita earthquake. The rectangular fault plane model of the Kumamoto earthquake by Asano and Iwata (2016) is shown in red. Active volcanoes are shown by blue triangles. The region of Oita prefecture outlined by the black square is magnified in the inset. The color scale is shown in (b). b Projections of hypocenters onto two orthogonal vertical planes in the right window of a. c Magnitude–time diagram of seismicity. The cumulative earthquake number is shown by a solid line

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