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Journal of Geography (Chigaku Zasshi)
Small-scale tectonic landforms are identified from detailed aerial photograph interpretations, in order to clarify evidence of faulting since the late Pleistocene period along the marginal fault zone at the western foot of the Suzuka Mountains, central Japan. Surface fault traces at least 9-km long are recognized in the central part of this fault zone. Along the Uso River, small tectonic scarps are recognized on young fan terraces where assumed faults were identified previously by seismicdoi:10.5026/jgeography.123.721 fatcat:pnxpmnwh5jfirge5fdc6cnvvhe