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Table 1 Fault-slip dataset of the meso-scale faults obtained by Naruse and Otsubo (2011a) and misfit angles on the meso-scale faults. When a stress with a misfit of < 30° is judged to be compatible (e.g., Nemcok and Lisle 1995), then stresses A, C, D, and F can explain slip vectors on 20 faults (excluding the data for faults 4 and 7). This result indicates that only stresses A, C, D, and F can be adopted as the optimum solution in this study. In other words, stresses B and E are not needed to explain the data

From: Temporal changes in the internal stresses and pore pressures in a large-scale submarine mass transport deposit

No. Faults Misfit angle (°)
Strike (°) Dip (°) Rake (°) Sense Stress A Stress B Stress C Stress D Stress E Stress F
1 N23W 74S R85E N 2 3.3 93.5 146.2 149.4 3.6
2 N24W 62S R80E N 2.3 2.3 90.2 140.7 117.2 34.6
3 N34W 48S R90W N 8.2 25.2 95.8 172.7 122.3 144.2
4 N14W 88S R13W N 92.4 91.3 164.7 142.2 31.9 101.5
5 N40E 68N R74E R 156.8 146.5 13.3 9.4 136.9 34.7
6 N18W 64S R87E N 5.8 12.3 97.4 141.7 110.8 6.8
7 N30W 80S R85E N 2.3 4.9 97.2 155.4 164.9 0.3
8 N45W 72N R73E N 1.3 120.7 8 19.3 65.5 161.8
9 N50W 66S R86E N 3.4 14.5 131.1 155.1 151.4 32.3
10 N16W 40S R25W R 102.9 41.9 10 3.2 2.2 92.6
11 N4E 40N R16E R 93.4 8.3 15.6 17.7 7 104.4
12 N23W 68S R76E N 6.6 3.8 85.6 136.8 118.6 12.3
13 N22W 50S R52E R 151.5 167.9 116.9 77.7 100.8 4.3
14 N16W 27S R60E R 167.6 55.2 105.6 143.4 99.5 1.2
15 N12E 40N R30E R 108.1 31.5 9.4 7.5 5.8 92.1
16 N8W 60S R45W R 124.6 111.9 30.6 2.8 42.7 65.6
17 N33W 62S R62E R 157.7 157.9 107 40.1 68.4 122.6
18 N10W 20S R20W R 85.6 60.8 0.8 57.9 2.6 104
19 N68W 58S R54E R 144.9 135.2 3.7 19 68.3 53.6
20 N30W 82N R34W N 76 131 23.6 29.7 148.5 112.2
21 N64W 84N R50E N 3.6 91.9 8.1 5 27.7 121.9
22 N42W 82S R20W R 117.9 123.4 17 73.1 78.7 115.5