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Comparative study of two active faults in different stages of the earthquake cycle in central Japan; the Atera Fault (with 1586 Tensho earthquake) and the Nojima Fault (with 1995 Kobe earthquake)



Comparative study of two active faults in different stages of the earthquake cycle in central Japan; the Atera Fault (with 1586 Tensho earthquake) and the Nojima Fault (with 1995 Kobe earthquake)



Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 84(46, Suppl




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