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Official Journal of the Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS)

Table 1 Fault parameters of our preferred model for the 2013 Bohol event

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

Fault Longitude Latitude Depth Length Width Strike Dip Rake Slip Mw
1 123.926 (0.011) 9.841 (0.011) 7.3 (1.0) 51.3 (3.9) 12.5 (3.2) 63.1 (1.6) 56.8 (8.3) 86.0 (7.4) 2.5 (1.4) 7.1
2 124.124 (0.009) 9.983 (0.025) 2.0 6.4 (1.3) 6.0 (6.0) 64.0 (3.5) 41.1 (11.6) 117.5 (18.1) 2.0 (0.9) 6.2
GCMT 124.06 9.86 12.0 - - 38/237 44/48 76/103 - 7.1
  1. Units for length, width, and depth are kilometers; those of dip, strike, and rake are degrees, and the unit of slip is the meter. We define the location of each fault as the center. Moment magnitude is calculated with the rigidity of 34 GPa. The parenthesized numbers are standard deviation (1σ). In the lowest row, the fault parameters are from the Global CMT solution.