Calculated stress transferred by the M=6.1 earthquake to surrounding faults (assuming friction of 0.4) suggests that a 15 x 15 km patch of the Takatsuki Fault, and a 15 x 10 km patch of the Uemachi fault, were brought closer to failure. Calculations were made in the Toda et al. Coulomb 3.4 software.
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