Japanese earthquake zone strongly influenced by the effects of friction

Fukuoka, Japan – The islands of the Japanese archipelago are affected both by frequent, low-magnitude earthquakes and tremors and by larger, highly destructive events. One of the largest quakes to strike Japan occurred in 1944, leading to the loss of more …
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