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  • publication . Article . 2003
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    D.N. Osokina;
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    Publisher: Elsevier BV
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  • publication . Article . 2002
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    Franck A. Audemard Mennessier;
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    Abstract The Bocono fault system is a major NE-SW, right-lateral strike-slip tectonic feature whose trace extends northeastward for 500 km, from the Tachira depression at the Colombian-Venezuelan border (near the city of Cucuta) to the town of Moron (located on the Cari...

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  • publication . Article . 2003
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    D. Lilienberg; L. Setunskaya; D. Chatkai; J. Ellenberg; W. Kowalski; J. Kvitkovič; M. Marques Tablon; I. Totomanov; B Vrabliansky; P. Vyskočil;
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    Abstract Recent vertical crustal movements are functions of several factors: endogenous, exogenous and technogenous. Therefore, when using relevelling data to analyse recent geodynamics, it is necessary to eliminate the exogenous the technogenous effects on the position...

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  • publication . Article . 2002
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    Surendar Kumar;
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    Abstract The intraplate seismicity of the Latur earthquake of 30th September, 1993 in Peninsular India is characterised by a rather localised earthquake occurrence on the segmented fault lineaments extending in NW-SE, ENE-WSW and NNE-SSW. These fault zones are a zone of...

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  • publication . Article . 2004
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    Yoichi Fukuda; Toshihiro Higashi; Shuzo Takemoto; Maiko Abe; Sjafra Dwipa; Dendi Surya Kusuma; Achmad Andan; Koichiro Doi; Yuichi Imanishi; Giuseppe Arduino;
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    Abstract For the purposes of the calibration of the superconducting gravimeter (SG) in Bandung and the establishment of the absolute gravity (AG) points, we carried out AG measurements for the first time in Indonesia in November 2002. The measurements in Bandung were co...

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  • publication . Article . 2013
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    Markos D. Tranos; Olivier Lacombe;
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    Publisher: HAL CCSD

    International audience; We investigate the geometry and kinematics of the faults exposed in basement rocks along the Strouma River in SW Bulgaria as well as the sequence of faulting events in order to place constraints on the Cenozoic kinematic evolution of this structu...

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  • publication . Article . 2003
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    M.S. Vassiliou; Bradford H. Hager; Arthur Raefsky;
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    Abstract We explain the global variation of Benioff zone seismicity with depth and the orientation of stress axes of deep and intermediate earthquakes using numerical models of subducting slabs. Models that match the seismicity and stress require a barrier to flow at th...

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  • publication . Article . 2004
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    Patrick Wu; Hansheng Wang; H. H. A. Schotman;
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    Abstract Previous studies of lateral heterogeneity on postglacial sea-levels and surface velocities often neglect the spherical shape of the Earth and self-gravity of the solid earth and oceans. In this paper, the gravitationally self-consistent Sea-level Equation is so...

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  • publication . Article . 2007
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    José Fernández; Manel Fernandez; Luis Miguelsanz; Antonio G. Camacho;
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    Peer reviewed

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  • publication . Article . 2002
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    Authors:
    C. Ellsworth; Giorgio Ranalli;
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    Abstract Crustal geotherms are estimated for the Variscan massif of the Ossa Morena Zone and South Portuguese Zone, where average surface heat flow is 60 and 80 mW m−2, respectively. A layered crust is assumed, with heat generation rate and thermal conductivity of each ...

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