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Fig. 6 | Earth, Planets and Space

Fig. 6

From: Possible correlation between annual gravity change and shallow background seismicity rate at subduction zone by surface load

Fig. 6

Normalized Coulomb stress changes (dCFF) for left-dipping reverse faults due to unit surface loads at horizontal positions from 0 to 1. We assume frictional coefficient = 0.6. The horizontal and the vertical axes represent normalized horizontal position and normalized depth, respectively. The upper figure shows a result for the dip angle = 10°, and the lower figure shows for the dip angle = 45°

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