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Fig. 2 | Earth, Planets and Space

Fig. 2

From: Detection of small crustal deformation caused by slow slip events in southwest Japan using GNSS and tremor data

Fig. 2

Rearranged GNSS time series and the time series of the daily sum of tremor energy between 2004 and 2009 with a tremor energy threshold of \(0.35 \times 10^{7} {\text{J}}\). a, b GNSS time series for NS component at station 950435 in segment II and station 950445 in segment III, respectively. c, d Same as (a) and (b), but for EW component. Black, red, and blue traces show the corrected GNSS time series, cumulative surface displacements for the stable period, and cumulative surface displacements for the release period, respectively. e, f Daily sum of tremor energy in segments II and III, respectively. Black horizontal dashed lines show the threshold of \(0.35 \times 10^{7} \;{\text{J}}\). Red and blue vertical bars correspond to the groups for the stable and release periods, respectively

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