Figure 1: Tsunami reports across Haiti and Gonâve microplate. | Nature Geoscience

Figure 1: Tsunami reports across Haiti and Gonâve microplate.

From: High tsunami frequency as a result of combined strike-slip faulting and coastal landslides

Figure 1

The 12 January epicentre is denoted by the yellow US Geological Survey moment tensor solution. Circles indicate locations of reported tsunami. Inset: The location of the Gonâve microplate with respect to the North American and Caribbean plates. SF is the Septentrional fault and EPGF is the Enriquillo–Plantain Garden fault. Different coloured dots show the locations where tsunami were reported for specific earthquakes7,8,9,10,11,12. ‘S’ denote tsunami adjacent to shoreline slides. The yellow box shows the location of the main part.

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