Park et al., Geology, 2010; Moore et al., Proc. IODP, 2009; Uraki et al., Butsuri Tansa, 2009; Strasser et al., Nature Geoscience, 2009

Final 3D prestack depth migration (PSDM) results. A: 3D view of seismic reflection image. B: P-wave velocity model derived from the 3D PSDM.

(Park et al., Butsuri Tansa, 2009

Final 3D PSDM interval velocity model overlapped by seismic reflection data. Inline, crossline, and depth slices are shown.

四国室戸岬沖南海トラフ (Park et al., Journal of Geography, 2001; Bangs et al., Margins Newsletter, 2005
紀伊半島熊野沖南海トラフと四国海盆 (Naito and ParkButsuri Tansa, 2014

Fractional porosity profile on inline # 95 for entire 3D survey area. IODP Sites C0011 and C0012 are located along this inline.
 南海トラフ Park et al., Geophysical Research Letters, 2014

Time-migrated MCS profile of line 2 showing the fluid-rich décollement. An ODP Site 808 is positioned. Inset: Enlarged sections of seafloor and décollement are shown. Note reverse polarity reflection of the décollement (black-red-black), compared with seafloor (red-black-red). Porosity (red dot) and density (blue dot) measurements at Site 808 are plotted. We observe significant contrasts of the porosity and density measurements around the décollement level.

Park et al., Journal of Geophysical Research, 2002; Park et al., Science, 2002; Park et al., Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 2004 など

Depth migrated MCS profiles showing the splay faults. Subducting oceanic crust is shaded by light blue color. Seaward distribution of the 1944 Tonankai coseismic slips estimated from tsunami (red line) and seismic (blue line) inversions are projected in the profiles. Locations of both the splay fault's initial branching and the décollement stepdown to the top of the oceanic basement are marked in red dotted circles. Green and black arrows show motions of the splay fault slip and the décollement or normal fault, respectively.

●日本海溝 Tsuru and Park et al., Journal of Geophysical Research, 2000, 2002 など