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Bangs, N.L., Taira, A., Kuramoto, S., Shipley, T.H., Moore, G.F., Mochizuki, K., Gulick, S.S., Zhao, Z., Nakamura, Y., Park, J.-O., Taylor, B.L., Morita, S., Ito, S., Hills, D.J., Leslie, S.C., Alex, C.M., McCutcheon, A.J., Ike, T., Yagi, H., and Toyama, G., 1999. U.S.-Japan Collaborative 3-D seismic investigation of the Nankai Trough plate-boundary interface and shallowmost seismogenic zone. Eos, 80:F569.

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