The Source Mechanism of the Athens Earthquake, September 7, 1999, Estimated from P Seismograms Recorded at Long Range

@article{Sargeant2002TheSM,
  title={The Source Mechanism of the Athens Earthquake, September 7, 1999, Estimated from P Seismograms Recorded at Long Range},
  author={S. Sargeant and P. Burton and A. Douglas and J. R. Evans},
  journal={Natural Hazards},
  year={2002},
  volume={27},
  pages={35-45}
}
  • S. Sargeant, P. Burton, +1 author J. R. Evans
  • Published 2002
  • Geology
  • Natural Hazards
  • On 7 September, 1999, an earthquake (5.8 mbUSGS)took place about 20 km from the centre of Athens, until then a seismically quiet region ofeastern Greece. Considerable damage ranging from rock falls to the collapse of reinforcedconcrete structures was reported in the city and surrounding area. No surface break which couldbe directly attributed to rupture on the fault plane was mapped. We use the relativeamplitude method and forward modelling of broadband P seismogramsrecorded at long range to… CONTINUE READING
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