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Fig. 2

From: Possible slow slip event beneath the Kii Peninsula, southwest Japan, inferred from historical tilt records in 1973

Fig. 2

Calculated tilt change. Red arrows indicate the calculated tilt change due to a uniform slip of a rectangular fault of Models a 5, b 6, c 23, d 24 and e 35, indicated by a blue rectangle in each panel with the slip vector indicated by a blue arrow. Black and white stars represent epicenters of the magnitude 5.9 and 5.7 earthquakes in November 25, 1973, respectively

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