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grl25891-sup-0002-fs01.jpgimage/pjpeg281KFigure S1. Coseismic thrust-fault scarps cut through 2-year-old buildings with maximum vertical offsets of approximately 5 m at Bajiaomiao.
grl25891-sup-0003-fs02.jpgimage/pjpeg178KFigure S2. Coseismic thrust-fault scarps on the road with vertical offsets of 4.5 m were traced on strath terraces and extended to mountains at Qingping.
grl25891-sup-0004-fs03.jpgimage/pjpeg1674KFigure S3. Left-lateral rupture with dip-slip components resulting in elevated irrigation canals with horizontal 2.8 m and vertical 1.5 m at Xiaoyudong.
grl25891-sup-0005-fs04.jpgimage/pjpeg4420KFigure S4. Simulated interferograms projected using the actual local angles of incidence for each track as done with Figure 1.
grl25891-sup-0006-fs05.jpgimage/pjpeg5482KFigure S5. Difference between the observed and the simulated interferograms.
grl25891-sup-0007-fs06.jpgimage/pjpeg178KFigure S6. Details of the slip distribution for the bi-fault model A-A′, A-A″, and B-B′ shown in Figure 4.
grl25891-sup-0008-ts01.txtplain text document0KTable S1. Fault parameters of the Bi-fault model in the inversion analysis.
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