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Official Journal of the Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS)

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From: Remarkable ground uplift and reverse fault ruptures for the 2013 Bohol earthquake (Mw 7.1), Philippines, revealed by SAR pixel offset analysis

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Tectonic setting of Bohol Island, Philippines. Red stars represent the epicenters of the 2013 Bohol earthquake determined by the USGS, the PHIVOLCS, and the Global CMT Project, respectively. Gray and white circles are earthquakes with magnitudes larger than 4 that occurred in the crust after and before the 2013 Bohol event since 1980 (derived from the USGS earthquake archive). A beachball diagram is the Global CMT solution. The blue-colored dotted line is the East Bohol fault. The left panel represents the tectonic setting of the Philippine Islands.

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