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Rupture process of the 2014 Cephalonia, Greece, earthquake doublet (Mw6) as inferred from regional and local seismic data
Kostelecký, Jan ; Gallovič, František ; Janský, J. ; Kiratzi, Anna ; Plicka, Vladimír ; Serpetsidaki, A. ; Sokos, Effimios ; Tselentis, G.-A. ; Zahradník, Jiří

Source: Tectonophysics : 656. (2015), s.131-141. ISSN: 0040-1951

Publication type: článek v odborném periodiku
Extent11 stran

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We study the 26 January and 3 February, 2014 (~Mw6) events in Cephalonia, combining weak and strong motion wave forms from regional and local stations. The hypocenter of the January 26 event is located at the southern most tip of the Paliki Peninsula, ata depth of ~15 km. The centroid moment tensor (CMT) solution indicates rupture along a N20°E dextral strike-slip fault, dipping to the east. The hypocenter of the February 3 event is 10 km NNE of the first, at shallower depth (~5 km). The CMT solution of this event is highly uncertain. The kinematic slip model for the January 26 event indicates that the rupture was mainly confined to shallow depths, and it propagand upwards and towards NE. The major slip patches, when projected to the surface, cover the western part of the Paliki Peninsula and include the areaswhere surface ruptureswere observed. Our preferred slip model for the event of February 3 is based on a published two-segment fault model.

Citation: KOSTELECKÝ, Jan, František GALLOVIČ, J. JANSKÝ, et al. Rupture process of the 2014 Cephalonia, Greece, earthquake doublet (Mw6) as inferred from regional and local seismic data. Tectonophysics. Spolková republika Německo, 656(2015), 131-141. DOI: 10.1016/j.tecto.2015.06.013. ISSN 0040-1951.

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