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Fig. 3 | Earth, Planets and Space

Fig. 3

From: Spatial variation in coda Q in the northeastern part of Niigata–Kobe Tectonic Zone, central Japan: implication of the cause of a high strain rate zone

Fig. 3

Spatial distributions of a the differential strain rate during 2012–2014, and be the coda Q at five frequency bands in this study area. Blue squares are stations used to draw the coda Q maps, in five frequency bands in this study area, black lines show Quaternary active faults, and red triangles show Quaternary active volcanoes

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