The possibility of deeper or shallower extent of the source area of Nankai Trough earthquakes based on the 1707 Hoei tsunami heights along the Pacific and Seto Inland Sea coasts , southwest Japan

@inproceedings{Hyodo2014ThePO,
  title={The possibility of deeper or shallower extent of the source area of Nankai Trough earthquakes based on the 1707 Hoei tsunami heights along the Pacific and Seto Inland Sea coasts , southwest Japan},
  author={Mamoru Hyodo and Takane Hori and Kazuto Ando and Toshitaka Baba},
  year={2014}
}
To validate the abundance of scenarios of large earthquakes in the Nankai Trough, we examined the effects of both lateral and vertical expansions of the source areas on maximum tsunami heights along the Pacific coast and Seto Inland Sea. The recently proposed Nankai Trough earthquake scenario (Mw = 9) has a maximum slip of 20 m near the trough axis. However, the predicted tsunami heights exceeded those obtained from historical records of damage caused by the 1707 Hoei tsunami event at Tosa Bay… CONTINUE READING
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