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Official Journal of the Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS)

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From: Advances in earthquake and tsunami sciences and disaster risk reduction since the 2004 Indian ocean tsunami

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Giant earthquakes in the world. (a) The locations of M ~ 9 earthquakes since the 20th century are shown by yellow ovals. Red triangles indicate DART stations. Black, yellow and green colors indicate three kinds of plate boundaries, i.e., subduction zones, mid-oceanic ridges and transform faults. (b) Variability of earthquake size in subduction zones. The colored bars represent simplified rupture area: blue, inferred solely from instrumental and written records; green, includes paleoseismological evidence. Numerals denote moment magnitudes. Updated from Satake and Atwater [39].

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