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Fig. 3 | Earth, Planets and Space

Fig. 3

From: Temporal variation in seismic moment release rate of slow slips inferred from deep low-frequency tremors in the Nankai subduction zone

Fig. 3

Temporal variation in the apparent moment rate (left axis) and seismic moment release rate (right axis) in respective regions (solid circles). The 95% confidence range is estimated using the nonparametric bootstrap method. The horizontal solid line, dashed line, and gray zone, respectively, represent the average slip rate reported by Daiku et al. (2018, 2019), its extrapolation/interpolation, and its 95% confidence range. A vertical dashed line represents the origin time of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake. Horizontal gray bars show the period of long-term SSEs in the Tokai region (Ozawa et al. 2016), in the Kii channel (GSI 2016), and in the Bungo channel (Hirose and Obara 2005; Hirose et al. 2010a; Ozawa et al. 2013; Ozawa 2017)

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