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Landslides triggered by the 1995 Hyogoken-Nambu earthquake were reviewed based on air photo interpretation for their distribution. Landslides were almost linearly distributed along the line of aftershocks. Most landslides showed limited motion probably affected by less saturated soil condition due to the very dry season. The Osaka group layer, however, retained the ground water and rapid landslides took place there. The Nikawa landslide and the Takarazuka landslide were investigated as casedoi:10.3208/sandf.36.special_53 fatcat:i6afqzapujgqng5csxq6zmntay