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The Wednesday Centerfault (3)
This week´s Centerfault is the famous Arkitsa Fault in Greece (38.43°N, 23.00°E). Along this about 500 m long and locally more than 40 m high...
The Wednesday Centerfault (2)
This week´s Centerfault is not a single fault or scarp but a very nice view from normal faults in an staircase style in the...
What’s up? The Friday links (7)
Albini made forensic studies on the origin of “fake” earthquakes in historical catalogues and shows in her new paper how the 1272 earthquake “happens”. I...
Friday’s earthquake and Darwin gap
A nice short discussion about the Lorito et al., 2011 paper regarding the seismic gap at the Chilean coast and seismic slip during the...
What’s up? The Friday links (6)
Today on Friday, 11 February, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake occurred offshore in Chile near Concepcion at 36.5° S and 73° W in a depth of 28km....