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Fig. 7

From: Detection of triggered shallow slips caused by large earthquakes using L-band SAR interferometry

Fig. 7

Displacement lineament caused by the Mw-5.6 Northern Osaka earthquake of 2018. a Interferogram depicting surface deformation. The interferogram was constructed using ALOS-2 data captured between April 9 and June 18, 2018. A displacement lineament exists between the two arrows as identified in this study. The star indicates the epicenter of the main shock. b Gradient shade map of ALOS-2 InSAR line-of-sight displacement. Gradients along 60° and 150° (positive clockwise from north to east) directions were calculated and the one that is larger in magnitude was mapped. There exist two arrows indicating the same position, as in a. c The red line indicates a displacement lineament identified in this study. The red broken line indicates a displacement lineament, the existence of which is uncertain owing to small displacements. The star indicates the epicenter of the main shock. Dotted lines indicate known active faults (Okada et al. 2008)

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