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Table 2 Parameters of fault models in this study

From: Postseismic deformation following the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake detected by ALOS-2/PALSAR-2

Fault L (km) H (km) Reference point Dip (optimal) Strike (optimal) Xoff(km) (optimal) Yoff(km) (optimal)
Futagawa 40 0–14 130.84°E, 32.80°N 61° 235°–245° (240°) 0 0.0–1.0 (0.25)
Hinagu 30 0–14 130.84°E, 32.80°N 74° 205°–215° (207.5°) 5.0–7.0 (6.0) 0
Suizenji 20 0–14 130.70°E, 32.80°N 40°–88° (64°) 140° −4.5 to −3.3 (−3.8) 0
Aso 30 0–14 131.03°E, 32.94°N 40°–88° (55°) 41° 0 −0.5 to −0.2 (−0.4)
  1. Strike is measured clockwise from the north. Xoff and Yoff are offsets of middle point of fault from the reference point. Positive (negative) value means westward (eastward) and southward (northward), for Xoff and Yoff, respectively. Increment of parameters for the Futagawa and Hinagu fault model are 2.5° and 0.25 km for strike and offsets, respectively. For Suizenji and Aso provisional faults, increments are 3° and 0.1 km, for dip and offsets