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Fig. 3

From: Distribution and morphology of the surface ruptures of the 2018 Donggala–Palu earthquake, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia

Fig. 3

a Site map of surface rupture, ground fissures, hot springs, and subsidence areas in the Donggala area. Structural lineaments are dawn after Watkinson and Hall (2017). The base map is a 30-m DEM-SRTM (USGS). b The subsidence area around Sirenja coastline (overlaid on Google Satellite imagery, darker updated from 2016 and lighter updated from 2018) and c Lero coastline (overlaid on Google Satellite imagery updated from 2018). d The shoreline retreated landward due to subsidence at Dampal-Lenden Tovea village. e Maximum tide as evidence of subsidence at Dampal-Lenden Tovea village. f Fissures and sand eruption at Dampal village. g A surface rupture cutting a road in Amal village. h The shoreline retreated landward and eroded houses and coastal forests due to subsidence at Lero village. i A displacement across the road at Labuan village

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