Unification of data from various seismic catalogues to study seismic activity in the Carpathians Mountain arc

@article{Bracawska2019UnificationOD,
  title={Unification of data from various seismic catalogues to study seismic activity in the Carpathians Mountain arc},
  author={Agnieszka Bracławska and A. Idziak},
  journal={Open Geosciences},
  year={2019},
  volume={11},
  pages={837 - 842}
}
Abstract The Carpathian Mountainsarc is the most seismically active area in Central Europe. Analysis of the seismicity of entire Carpathian arc requires data from each of the particular catalogues which have to be properly and uniformly entered, standardized and merged. For our study we first had to prepare a database of seismic events (ML ≥ 1.6) compiled from the data of earthquakes taken from individual national seismic networks as well as data from international seismic centers. However, a… Expand

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