1 edition of Seismicity, seismotectonics, and seismic risk of the Ibero-Maghrebian region found in the catalog.
Seismicity, seismotectonics, and seismic risk of the Ibero-Maghrebian region
|Statement||edited by J. Mezcua and A. Udías.|
|Series||Monografía,, no. 8, Monografías (Instituto Geográfico Nacional) ;, 8.|
|Contributions||Mezcua, J., Udías Vallina, Agustín.|
|LC Classifications||QE536.2.S7 S45 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 390 p. :|
|Number of Pages||390|
|LC Control Number||92214912|
Sousa Moreira, V., Historical seismicity and seismotectonics of the area situated between the Iberian Peninsula, Morocco, Selvagens and Azores islands. Seismicity, seismotectonics and seismic risk of the Ibero-Maghrebian region. Instituto Geográfico Nacional, Madrid. Monografia Num. . Seismicity in the Eastern Tellian Atlas of Algeria is active of moderate to low magnitude. The direct identification of active fault is often a difficult task. In fact, in this region, despite the intense seismicity, only the Constantine earthquake of 27 October, (M s = ) and the Kherrata earthquake of 17 February, (M s = ), have generated surface ruptures.
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In the present study, seismicity parameters (seismic activity, β‐value, and maximum regional magnitude) of the Iranian plateau are computed for sites equally distributed all over the country on a grid of 1×1 decimal most complete available catalog including historical and instrumental earthquakes of the plateau from B.C. to A.D. is first prepared from numerous resources. The East Tennessee seismic zone in the southern Appalachians is an ~km-wide, km-long region of seismicity that extends from NE Alabama and NW Georgia to NE of Knoxville, Tennessee. It is the second most active seismic zone east of the U.S. Rocky Mountains.
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Seismicity, seismotectonics, and seismic risk of the Ibero-Maghrebian region. Madrid, Spain: Instituto Geográfico Nacional, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J Mezcua; Agustín Udías Vallina.
A study of the seismotectonics of the Ibero-Maghrebian region is presented as deduced from main geological features, seismicity and focal mechanism data.
The hypocentral distribution of shallow, intermediate-depth and deep earthquakes is analyzed. A study of the seismotectonics of the Ibero-Maghrebian region is presented as deduced from main geological features, seismicity and focal mechanism data.
The hypocentral distribution of shallow, intermediate-depth and deep earthquakes is analyzed. The direction of the stress distribution is inferred from the focal mechanism of 24 selected by: Seismicity, seismotectonics, and seismic hazard in the northern Rhine area The rates and sizes of the largest observed earthquakes in such a region may differ significantly from their true long-term values A.R., and Gürpinar, A., eds., Seismicity and Seismic Risk in.
Seismicity and seismic hazard mapping of northern Algeria: Map of Maximum Calculated Intensities (MCI) Seismotectonics and Seismic Risk of the Ibero-Maghrebian Region, IGN Publication, 8, pp.
41– Ambraseys, N.N Boughacha, M., Ouyed, M., Ayadi, A. et al. Seismicity and seismic hazard mapping of northern Algeria: Map of Maximum Cited by: Three large historical earthquakes in southern Spain, in: Seismicity, seismotectonics and seismic risk of the Ibero Maghrebian region Article Daniela Melissa Muñoz.
The development of a seismic hazard map of the Gulf of Aqaba was based on probabilistic seismic hazard assessment using historical and instrumental earthquakes data, geology, tectonics. The seismic hazard parameters namely the b-parameter, annual activity rate and upper bound magnitude were determined for each determined seismic : Asma Ghannam.
Lee and Stewart, ), the seismicity of Albania is characterized from an intensive seismic microactivity ( earthquakes ( Agustín Udías, Elisa Buforn, in Advances in Geophysics, 1 INTRODUCTION.
Seismotectonics is a term generally applied to the study of earthquake occurrence and characteristics and its relation to the tectonics of a particular region and the overall dynamics of the Earth’s crust. The word seismotectonics was first used by Sieberg in as the title of a world map in which seismic and.
A key question in the use of historical seismicity for seismic hazard assessments is given by the completeness of the earthquake catalogue, usually based on statistical analyses (Stepp, ).Following the procedure proposed by Tinti and Mulargia () we plotted the cumulative number of earthquakes against time and possible completeness intervals were determined by looking at the slope.
Introduction. Classically, a quantitative approach to the seismicity analysis is made through the seismic parameters a and b involved in the Gutenberg–Richter magnitude–frequency relationship. As is well known, the b-value expresses the existing proportion between weak and strong events, and an increase in this value means a larger number of weak events against a decrease of the.
Beschreibung. Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Utrecht, The Netherlands, JuneThe Workshop on the Seismicity and Seismic Risk in the Off shore North Sea Area was intended to bring together experts from a variety of disciplines as well as interest groups with involve ment in siting, design and construction of offshore structures in the region.
Examination of some of the parameters. In "Seismicity, seismotectonics and seismic risk of the ibero-maghrebian region". Monografia n°8; Inst. Geogr. Nacional; Madrid; pp: Medina F. & Cherkaoui T.-E. (): Focal mechanisms of the Atlas earthquakes, and tectonic implications. Geologische Rundschau 80/3, pp: The Workshop on the Seismicity and Seismic Risk in the Off shore North Sea Area was intended to bring together experts from a variety of disciplines as well as interest groups with involve ment in siting, design and construction of offshore structures in the region.
Participants came from the. Large earthquakes (Mw > 6, Imax > VIII) occur at the Ibero-Maghrebian region, extending from a point (12ºW) southwest of Cape St.
Vincent to Tunisia, with different characteristics depending on their location, which cause considerable damage and casualties. Seismic activity at this region is associated with the boundary between the lithospheric plates of Eurasia and Africa, which.
Jimenez, E.,Focal mechanisms of some European earthquakes from analysis of single station long-periods record, In: Mezcua, J.
and A. Udias (eds), Seismicity, Seismotectonics and Seismic Risk of the Ibero-Maghrebian Region, Monografia N°8, IGN, Madrid, pp. 87– Google Scholar. Abstract. Recent improvements in the seismological networks on the Ibero-Maghrebian region have permitted estimation of hypocentral location and focal mechanisms for earthquakes which occurred at South Spain, Alboran Sea and northern Morocco of deep and intermediate depth, with magnitudes between and Multifractal images of the seismicity in the Ibero-Maghrebian region (westernmost boundary between the Eurasian and African plates) Article in Tectonophysics –97 July with Reads.
The simulations illustrate that if seismicity were uniformly distributed within a seismic zone, apparent concentrations of seismicity and seismic gaps would appear in earthquake records shorter than the time needed for large earthquakes to occur throughout the zone. Seismotectonic Map of Africa, Explanatory Notice ‐ 4 is a good example as an event of intraplate seismicity which occurred on a stable West African craton (‐ Ga).
The seismicity in this province is not frequent according to the geological context. The region is seismically active: the strongest events occurred in and (intensity MCS), and in and ( MCS, magnitudes largely above 6). Being the area densely vegetated.The possible seismic reactivation of the central part of the Ibero-Maghrebian region is an open question, but it is clear that the occurrence of the earthquake confirms that from the seismicity of central part of IMR is increasing and that focal mechanism of largest earthquakes in this central part correspond to complex ruptures (or.Focal mechanism of earthquakes in the Gulf of Cadiz, south Spain and Alboran Sea.
In: Seismicity, Seismotectonics ans Seismic Risk of the Ibero-Maghrebian Region. Ed. Instituto Geográfico Nacional, Madrid, J. Mezcua, J. Rueda y E. Buforn. Seismic deformation in the Azores-Alboran Sea Region.