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Table 1. Fault parameters. Latitude and longitude represent vertical projections of the north corner of the upper edge of the fault onto the Earth’s surface. The strike is measured clockwise from the north. The rake is measured on the fault surface counterclockwise from the strike azimuth.

From: Reexamination of the fault slip model of the 1891 M 8.0 Nobi earthquake: The first earthquake detected by a geodetic survey in Japan

Segment   Latitude ° Longitude ° Depth km Width km Length km Strike ° Dip ° Rake ° Slip m
1   35.9140 136.3630 0.0 15.0 18.0 145.0 90.0 45.0 1.4
2   35.7810 136.4770 0.0 15.0 18.0 145.0 90.0 45.0 4.2
Case 1 3 35.6480 136.5910 0.0 15.0 16.0 145.0 90.0 −7.3 7.3
  4 35.5372 136.7025 0.0 22.5 32.2 114.0 61.5 24.0 2.6
Case 2 3 35.6480 136.5910 0.0 15.0 16.0 145.0 90.0 −8.3 7.5
  4-1 35.5372 136.7025 0.0 11.2 16.1 114.0 61.5 12.2 3.3
  4-2 35.4787 136.8648 0.0 11.2 16.1 114.0 61.5 32.8 2.0
  4-3 35.4930 136.6787 9.9 11.2 16.1 114.0 61.5 2.8 3.8
  4-4 35.4345 136.8409 9.9 11.2 16.1 114.0 61.5 22.5 3.4