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Fig. 12

From: Liquefaction structures induced by the M5.7 earthquake on May 28, 2018 in Songyuan, Jilin Province, NE China and research implication

Fig. 12

Liquefied sand dike and sand sill induced by the Songyuan M5.7 earthquake. a Columnar liquefied sand dike, 3–7 cm wide, 10 cm high, filling a vertical surface fracture (photo was taken from site A in Fig. 5); b Liquefied sand dike in a shallow drilling core with a burial depth of 45 cm (photo was taken from site A in Fig. 5); c Liquefied sand dike, cloud-like (photo was taken from site A in Fig. 5); d Liquefied coarse-grained sand dike with gravel at a burial depth of 1.1 m (photo was taken from site B in Fig. 5); e Sand sill, 7–15 cm thick, 55 cm deep from the surface (photo was taken from site G in Fig. 5)

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