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From: Shallow seismic reflection imaging of the Inabanga–Clarin portion of the North Bohol Fault, Central Visayas, Philippines

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A Aftershocks recorded 4 months after 15 October 2013 Temblor. The focal mechanisms of instrumentally recorded significant earthquakes in the region are also shown (a—2012 M6.7; b—2012 M6.0; 2013 M7.2; d—1996 M5.2; e—1990 M6.6); black lines represent the location of active faults in the region identified by PHIVOLCS. B Geological map of the Inabanga–Clarin segment of the North Bohol Fault showing the location of the 2013 earthquake ground rupture (red lines). Discussion of geology is described in text. The blue boxes enclose the location of the Calubian, Napo, and Caluwasan seismic transects laid over the post-earthquake LiDAR image as shown in CE, respectively. Green line in C represents the location of the trench of Rimando (2015). Sources of data: focal mechanism of a, b, d, and e: USGS; aftershocks and focal mechanism of c: PHIVOLCS; geologic map from BMG (1987); location of 2013 ground rupture from Felix (2017); LiDAR: UP DREAM Program

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