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Establishment of a non-permanent GPS network to monitor deformations in Zafarraya Fault and Sierra Tejeda Antiform (Spain)

AuthorsBorque Arancón, María Jesús; Galindo-Zaldívar, Jesús; Gil, Alejandro J.; Jabaloy, Antonio; Lacy Pérez de los Cobos, M.ª Clara de; López-Garrido, A. C.; Rodríguez Caderot, Gracia; Ruíz Armenteros, Antonio; Sanz de Galdeano, Carlos
KeywordsActive Tectonics
GPS Network
Zafarraya Fault
Sierra Tejeda Antiform
Betic Cordillera
Issue Date2005
PublisherUniversidad Complutense de Madrid
CitationFísica de la Tierra 2005, 17, 23-31
AbstractThe NW-SE to NNW-SSE convergence between the African and Eurasian plates in the western Mediterranean has developed the recent relief of the Betic-Rif Cordilleras. The central part of the Internal Zones of the Betic Cordilleras is deformed by large open folds and faults, mainly with normal character. The Zafarraya fault, located to the N of the Sierra Tejeda antiform, was active during the 1884 Andalusia earthquake of 6.7 estimated magnitude. In the framework of an interdisciplinary research project, a non-permanent GPS-network has been established at Zafarraya Fault and Sierra Tejeda antiform to monitor deformations related to these active tectonic structures.
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