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Official Journal of the Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS)

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Table 1 Subfault locations and the slip amounts for four source models

From: Different depths of near-trench slips of the 1896 Sanriku and 2011 Tohoku earthquakes

No. Lat.(°N)* Lon.(°E)* 2011 8 subfaults (m) 2011 6 subfaults (m) 1896 inversion (m) 1896 final (m) Sum 1896 + 2011 (m) Ratio 2011/1896
0A 40.198 144.35 11 11 6 6 16 1.9
1A 40.24809 144.06599 1 1 3 3 4 0.3
0B 39.738 144.331 21 21 3 3 23 7.6
1B 39.78808 144.04,888 3 3 20 20 23 0.2
0C 39.3 144.2 36 36 7 3 39 13.4
1C 39.35008 143.91966 14 14 5 20 33 0.7
0D 38.862 144.069 31 0 0 7 37 4.5
1D 38.91208 143.7904 22 0 0 5 28 4.4
  1. * Location (latitude [Lat.] and longitude [Lon.]) indicates the northeast corner of each subfault. The fault length: 50 km, the fault width: 25 km, the strike: 193°, the dip angle: 8°, and the slip angle: 81° are common to all the subfaults. The top depths are 0 km and 3.5 km beneath seafloor, for subfaults 0* and 1*, respectively