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Fig. 5 | Earth, Planets and Space

Fig. 5

From: Interseismic crustal deformation in and around the Atotsugawa fault system, central Japan, detected by InSAR and GNSS

Fig. 5

Interferogram correction for the pair 20071104-20100512 spanning 920 days. a Original interferogram. Red broken lines indicate the river valley cutting through the Atotsugawa fault system. b After removal of height-dependent term. c Bilinear trend removed from b. Colored circles represent the errors included in the interferogram (\( d_{i}^{err} \) in Eq. 2) at the GNSS stations. d After removing the height-dependent term and bilinear trend. Black lines represent active faults. The color scales for ad are the same

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