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Fig. 6 | Journal of Palaeogeography

Fig. 6

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

Fig. 6

Morphology and combination features of liquefied sand volcanoes induced by the Songyuan M5.7 earthquake. a An isolated sand volcano, approximately 12 m in diameter with a crater of approximately 1.3 m in diameter (photo was taken from site A in Fig. 5); b Sand volcanoes distributed in group with craters of 0.7–1.0 m in diameter, concentric ring terraces formed by multistage sand volcano eruptions, gully developed in the crater margin and runoff on the surface of sand volcano deposition (photo was taken from site B in Fig. 5); c Small-scale linear sand volcano distributed in groups with a thickness of 2 cm (photo was taken from site D in Fig. 5); d Hill-shaped isolated sand volcano with no crater, 3.1 m long, 1.6 m wide, and 0.45 m high, with the direction of long axis close to N-S (photo was taken from site E in Fig. 5)

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