Seismicity of the Adriatic microplate

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The Adriatic microplate was previously considered to be a unique block, tectonically active only along its margins. The seismic sequences that took place in the basin from 1986 to 1990 give new information about the geodynamics of this area. Three subsets of well recorded events were relocated by the joint hypocentre determination technique. On the whole, this seismic activity was concentrated in a belt crossing the southern Adriatic sea around latitude 42??, in connection with regional E-W fault systems. Some features of this seismicity, similar to those observed in other well known active margins of the Adriatic plate, support a model of a southern Adriatic lithospheric block, detached from the Northern one. Other geophysical information provides evidence of a transitional zone at the same latitude. ?? 1993.
Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title Seismicity of the Adriatic microplate
Series title Tectonophysics
Volume 218
Issue 4
Year Published 1993
Language English
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Larger Work Subtype Journal Article
Larger Work Title Tectonophysics
First page 343
Last page 354
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