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Phivolcs. ph/Earthquake/LatestEQ/ Presidential Inter-Agency Committee 2006. The 17 February 2006 Bgy. Guinsaugon, Southern Leyte Landslide, Unpublished Report, March 3, 2006, 30pp. , Pagado, E. and Pamatian, P. 1997. Tertiary and quaternary magmatism in Mindanao and Leyte (Philippines): geochronology, geochemistry and tectonic setting, J. Asian Earth Science, 15, 121–153. Suwa, H. 2006. Catastrophe caused by the 17 February 2006 Southern Leyte landslide in Philippine, J. Japan Society for Natural Disaster S cience, 25–1, 83–97 (in Japanese).

The P/S-logging profile there is listed in Table 3. Figure 3. Stress-strain curves of mudstone and sandstone by unconfined compression tests. Figure 4. Grain size distributions of sandstone from different slopes. 49 Figure 5. Epicenters of the main shock and major aftershocks during the 2004 Niigataken Chuetsu earthquake (Geographical Survey Institute). Table 1. 0 of 2004 Niigataken Chuetsu earthquake. 03 13 9 12 14 12 Table 2. JMA and K-net strong motion recording stations during 2004 Niigataken Chuetsu earthquake.

1994) have been attributed to the movements along the Leyte Segment. The cumulative movement along this segment formed a steep ridge, which is susceptible to landslides. Along the base of the ridge are populated villages and agricultural lands that have been affected and continuously exposed to landslide hazards. The activity of PFZ in Southern Leyte is also manifested by the frequency of shallow (focal depth < 10 km) small magnitude earthquakes, 87 of which have been recorded in the area from January 2000 to February 2006 (Presidential Inter-Agency Committee, 2006).

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