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The magnitude 7.0 Haiti earthquake of 2010 ruptured a complex fault network including both strike-slip faults (where two blocks slide past one another) and reverse faults (in which the upper block, above the fault plane, moves up and over the lower block).
Tsunami finite-fault model for the dynamically-triggered early aftershocks of the 2010 M7.0 Haiti earthquake. Colors denote vertical seafloor deformation from the tsunami source model. Yellow contours are the peak back-projected energy contours of the main shock and the three early aftershocks. Red star is the epicenter of the 2010 Haiti earthquake. The DART buoy D42407 is positioned about 600 km southeast of the epicenter of the main shock in the Caribbean Sea.