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From: Rapid and quantitative uncertainty estimation of coseismic slip distribution for large interplate earthquakes using real-time GNSS data and its application to tsunami inundation prediction

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Inputted slip distribution for the 1707 Hoei earthquake in southwestern Japan (subdivision model of Inoue et al. 2016). The Mw is 8.75 and the color scale indicates the slip amount along each subfault. White dots indicate the 642 continuous Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) network (GEONET) stations, with displacements calculated using Okada (1992). The width of rectangular subfaults is approximately 8 km

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