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Patras Gulf located in the Western part of Greece is an area of very
high seismic activity; a event in the region was the Egion
(M=6.2) earthquake of June 1995 and the Andravida Earthquake (Mw=6.4)
network of ten (10) stations was established in 1994 and remeasured up
to 2011. Significant micromovements were detected, confirming the
anticipated tectonc movements of the area.
Horizonral & Vertical Velocity maps of the
Patras Gulf for the period 1994-2006 (ITRF 2000)
- Vlachou, K.,
Sakkas V., Papadimitriou, P.,
Lagios., E., 2011. Crustal
Deformation Studies in the Seismically Active Area
of Patras Gulf (Greece), Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium
IEEE International, Vancouver Canada, 10.1109/IGARSS.2011.6050082.
E., 1997; Study for seismic precursors in the broader area of
Patras Gulf. Final Report submitted to Earthquake Planning and
Protection Organization (OA£ ), 146 p.