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Fig. 2

From: Geologic evidence for coseismic uplift at ~ AD 400 in coastal lowland deposits on the Shimizu Plain, central Japan

Fig. 2

Locality map of the study area. a Estimated coseismic vertical crustal displacement (m) resulting from the AD 1854 Ansei-Tokai earthquake along the coast of Suruga Bay (after Ishibashi (1984) and Kitamura and Kobayashi (2014)). b Locations of Shimizu Plain, Orido Bay, and Miho Peninsula, showing isobaths are based on Tsuchi (1955). c Location of the study area. The figure is modified from a map issued by the Geospatial Information Authority of Japan (http://maps.gsi.go.jp/). d Aerial photograph of the study area, used with permission from the Geospatial Information Authority of Japan (https://maps.gsi.go.jp/development/ichiran.html). e Topographic map of the Shizuoka and Komagoe districts (1:25,000 scale, compiled in 1932), showing the location of the study area

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