A short introduction to historical earthquakes in Libya

@inproceedings{Suleiman2004ASI,
  title={A short introduction to historical earthquakes in Libya},
  author={Abdunnur S. Suleiman and Paola Albini and Paola Migliavacca},
  year={2004}
}
As a result of the relative motion of the African and European plates, Libya, located at the north central margin of the African continent, has experienced a considerable intraplate tectonism, particularly in its northern coastal regions. If the seismic activity of the last fifty years, at most, is known from instrumental recording, macroseis- mic effects of those earthquakes which affected Libya in the past centuries are still imperfectly known. To try and partly overcome this lack of… CONTINUE READING

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