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Fig. 5 | Earth, Planets and Space

Fig. 5

From: Resistivity characterisation of Hakone volcano, Central Japan, by three-dimensional magnetotelluric inversion

Fig. 5

Horizontal slices of the three-dimensional resistivity structure for various depths. Visualised elements are selected in the same manner as in Fig. 4. ad show the XY planes at z = − 0.5 km (0.5 km above sea level: ASL), z = 0.0 km (sea level: SL), z = 0.5 km (0.5 km below sea level: BSL) and z = 1.0 km (1.0 km BSL), respectively. Inverted black triangles represent the locations of the AMT/WMT sites. The earthquake epicentres that occurred within ± 0.125 km of the cutting-plane are shown as black dots. The present caldera rim of Hakone volcano is indicated by the dotted black line

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