Reexamination of the A.D. 869 Jogan earthquake size from tsunami deposit distribution, simulated flow depth, and velocity: REEXAMINATION OF AD 869 JOGAN EARTHQUAKE

@inproceedings{Namegaya2014ReexaminationOT,
  title={Reexamination of the A.D. 869 Jogan earthquake size from tsunami deposit distribution, simulated flow depth, and velocity: REEXAMINATION OF AD 869 JOGAN EARTHQUAKE},
  author={Yuichi Namegaya and Kenji Satake},
  year={2014}
}
The rupture parameters and magnitude of the A.D. 869 Jogan earthquake, a predecessor of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake, were previously estimated by matching tsunami deposit distributions with simulated inundation areas. The tsunami inundation associated with the 2011 Tohoku earthquake, however, extended farther inland than the sandy tsunami deposits. Numerical simulation of the 2011 tsunami indicated that flow depths and velocities were approximately 1 m and 0.6 m/s, respectively, at the most… CONTINUE READING
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