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Table 1 Parameters of submarine landslide mass sources

From: Submarine landslide source models consistent with multiple tsunami records of the 2018 Palu tsunami, Sulawesi, Indonesia

Model nameLatitudea (°N)Longitudea (°E)r1 (km)r2 (km)h (m)Φbed (°)θ (°)t0 (s)Volume (km3)Remarks
A− 0.6832119.80470.80.46066000.03North of Wani (LSC1)
B− 0.7437119.83980.80.4606000.03South of Wani (LSC3)
C− 0.7075119.83800.80.44060700.02Off Wani (LSC2)
D− 0.8277119.86502.01.51549000.07Off Dupa (LSC4)
E− 0.8476119.86412.01.51529000.07Off KN Hotel (LSC5)
F− 0.8566119.84432.01.51549000.07Off West Palu (LSC6)
GFault parameters from USGS (2018)USGS model + Model E
− 0.8476119.86412.01.51529000.07
H− 0.7075119.83800.80.44060700.02Models C + E
− 0.8476119.86412.01.51529000.07
I− 0.7897119.86270.350.15215000.0003Coastal collapse
JSeabed deformation data from Takagi et al. (2019) 
  1. The time that the landslide masses started moving, t0, is reported in seconds after the earthquake. All landslide masses were assumed to have \(\varPhi_{\text{int}}\) = 30° (see text)
  2. aReported latitudes and longitudes are for the centers of the landslide masses