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Fig. 8 | Progress in Earth and Planetary Science

Fig. 8

From: Three-dimensional mapping and kinematic characterization of mass transport deposits along the outer Kumano Basin and Nankai accretionary wedge, southwest Japan

Fig. 8

Structural flattening of interpreted horizons, see Fig. 11a for arbitrary line location. The primary direction of translation is SE ➔ NW. BSS—basal shear surface. Purple arrows indicate onlapping relationships. a Arbitrary seismic line of MTD 4 toe domain. Note how the depth slice (white line) intersects the pop-up blocks at various stratigraphic levels. b Structurally flattened top surface. Note how the flattened image permits an internal slice (white line) to cross the top surface of each pop-up block. c Structurally flattened BSS. Note how the flattened image permits an internal slice (white line) to cross the pop-up blocks at the same stratigraphic level near the BSS

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