Seismic crustal structure between the Transylvanian Basin and the Black Sea, Romania

  title={Seismic crustal structure between the Transylvanian Basin and the Black Sea, Romania},
  author={F. Hauser and V. Rǎileanu and W. Fielitz and C. Dinu and Michael Landes and A. Bala and C. Prodehl},
  • F. Hauser, V. Rǎileanu, +4 authors C. Prodehl
  • Published 2007
  • Geology
  • Tectonophysics
  • Abstract In order to study the lithospheric structure in Romania a 450 km long WNW–ESE trending seismic refraction project was carried out in August/September 2001. It runs from the Transylvanian Basin across the East Carpathian Orogen and the Vrancea seismic region to the foreland areas with the very deep Neogene Focsani Basin and the North Dobrogea Orogen on the Black Sea. A total of ten shots with charge sizes 300–1500 kg were recorded by over 700 geophones. The data quality of the… CONTINUE READING
    67 Citations

    Figures and Tables from this paper

    Crustal Models and Active Fault Systems in Western Part of Romania
    • Highly Influenced
    • PDF
    The Moho depth map of the European Plate
    • 300
    • PDF


    Neogene kinematics of the Transylvanian basin (Romania)
    • 47
    • Highly Influential
    • PDF
    Tertiary tectonic evolution of the external East Carpathians (Romania).
    • 139
    • Highly Influential
    The Romanian earthquake of March 4, 1977 ii. Aftershocks and migration of seismic activity +
    • 152
    • Highly Influential