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Table 1 Results of modeling of the collision between Okhotsk and Amur plates

From: Estimation of convergence boundary location and velocity between tectonic plates in northern Hokkaido inferred by GNSS velocity data

Area N Latitude [°N], longitude [°E] Strike [N°E] Convergence velocity (mm/year) Elastic thickness (km) χ2/(N − 4)
North 17 \(45.075,142.09_{ - 0.01}^{ + 0.02}\) \(5.0_{ - 1.8}^{ + 2.8}\) \(16.5_{ - 0.2}^{ + 0.1}\) \(25.5_{ - 1.4}^{ + 1.4}\) 37.642
South 27 \(44.025,141.98_{ - 0.02}^{ + 0.02}\) \(12.4_{ - 1.8}^{ + 1.9}\) \(14.0_{ - 0.2}^{ + 0.2}\) \(20.5_{ - 1.1}^{ + 1.2}\) 33.222
Whole 44 \(44.550,141.96_{ - 0.02}^{ + 0.02}\) \(12.4_{ - 1.1}^{ + 1.1}\) \(16.2_{ - 0.2}^{ + 0.2}\) \(23.7_{ - 1.2}^{ + 1.2}\) 39.627
  1. N is the number of stations in each area. Latitude [°N] and longitude [°E] represent the fix points of the boundary. Strike [N°E] is the angle of the boundary from north to east. Errors of each parameter are shown as 2σ intervals