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Fig. 4 | Progress in Earth and Planetary Science

Fig. 4

From: Temporal change in seismic velocity associated with an offshore MW 5.9 Off-Mie earthquake in the Nankai subduction zone from ambient noise cross-correlation

Fig. 4

Temporal variation of the average seismic velocity in each node (colored dots). Error bars correspond to the errors calculated from the standard deviations of seismic velocity change using Eq. (5) by error propagation. The arrow at the bottom indicates the day of the 2016 Off-Mie earthquake, and the vertical dashed lines show the 30-day time window influenced by the mainshock. Gray and black curves represent sea levels at station OW computed by daily and 30-day stacking of hourly data, respectively. Orange areas represent the periods of slow slip events reported by Araki et al. (2017)

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