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Fig. 8 | Journal of Palaeogeography

Fig. 8

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

Fig. 8

Internal structure of a sand volcano caused by the Songyuan M5.7 earthquake. a Laterally inclined bedding and load structure of sand volcanic deposits; b Normal graded bedding and inclined lamination in sand volcanic deposits; c Internal inclined lamination of the sand volcano; d The mud clasts and load structure inside the sand volcano. Photos were taken from the interior of a small exploratory trough (with a depth of approximately 30 cm), which located at about 1 m on the flank of a sand crater (site A in Fig. 5)

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