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Actividad sísmica reciente en el NO de la Península Ibérica; Recent seismic activity in the Northwest Iberian Peninsula

AuthorsLópez-Fernández, C.; Pulgar, J. A.; Gallart Muset, Josep ; González-Cortina, J.M.; Diaz, J. ; Ruiz Fernández, Mario
Issue Date2002
Citation3ª Asamblea Hispano-Portuguesa de Geodesia y Geofísica 1: 395- 398 (2002)
AbstractThe NW Iberian Peninsula is characterized by a quite remarkable seismic activity reported in the Lugo province (Galicia) during the 90s that culminated on a magnitude 5.3 event in 1997. However, the seismicity is poorly constrained eastwards of Galicia due to the lack of permanent instruments monitoring that area. A temporary seismic network of up to 18 portable stations has been deployed in Asturias, Galicia and Leon since 1999. During the 28 months of operation, this network evidenced a widespread seismicity of low to moderate magnitude, allowing to locate more than 400 seismic events, two thirds of which could not be catalogued by the Spanish permanent seismic network. The new seismic results confirm the high level of present-day activity within the area of Becerreá, Sarria and Triacastela (Lugo), and reveal also a significant activity unknown to date, to be associated in some cases with major structures such as the Ventaniella fault.
Identifiersissn: 1633-2003
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