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High-energy seismic events in Legnica–Głogów Copper District in light of ASG-EUPOS data

many unexpected seismic events as in the areas of multi-seam exploitation, where seismic phenomena seem likely to occur even in the situation of the lack of strata capable of accumulating elastic energy and its dynamic release ( Majcherczyk and Niedbalski, 2017 ). While geodetic surveys play an important role in many scientific programs, observatories, networks or test fields involved in an integrated system of interdisciplinary observations, providing fundamentally important datasets in earthquake studies, as far their insufficient role in country studies on

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Recent Vs. Historical Seismicity Analysis For Banat Seismic Region (Western Part Of Romania)

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Recurrence interval of strong earthquakes in the se Altai, Russia revealed by tree-ring analysis and radiocarbon dating

seismic events. The most direct methods (fault scarp formation applying scarp degradation modeling, cosmogenic surface exposure dating, analysis of scarp soils etc .) return relatively large age uncertainties ( McCalpin, 2009 ). Dating landforms is typically less precise than dating sediments ( Burbank and Anderson, 2001 and McCalpin, 2009 ), although relatively precise indirect dating of associated deposits also may not provide close constraints of ancient seismic events. Today radiocarbon analysis is the most exploitable and widely applicable technique in

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Late Glacial and Holocene sedimentary infill of Lake Mondsee (Eastern Alps, Austria) and historical rockfall activity revealed by reflection seismics and sediment core analysis

References Andersen, N., Lauterbach, S., Erlenkeuser, H., Danielopol, D. L., Namiotko, T., Huls, M., Belmecheri, S., Dulski, P. Nantke, C., Meyer, H., Chapligin, B., von Grafenstein, U. and Brauer, A., 2017. Evidence for higher-than-average air temperatures after the 8.2 ka event provided by a Central European δ18O record. Quaternary Science Reviews, 172, 96-108. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2017.08.001 Baster, I., Girardclos, S., Pugin, A. and Wildi, W., 2003. High-resolution seismic stratigraphy of an Holocene

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Evaluation of Llaima volcano activities for localization and classification of LP, VT and TR events

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Seismic and non-seismic soft-sediment deformation structures in the Proterozoic Bhander Limestone, central India

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Late Pleistocene-Holocene earthquake-induced slumps and soft-sediment deformation structures in the Acequion River valley, Central Precordillera, Argentina

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Neogene uplift and erosion in the Alpine Foreland Basin (Upper Austria and Salzburg)

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The palaeogeographical background of Late Devonian storm events in the western part of the Holy Cross Mountains (Poland)

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Seismic activity on the territory of Slovakia in 2017

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