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The Hochstaufen project: Earthquake swarms triggered by intense rainfall?

Kraft, T., J. Wassermann, E. Schmedes, and H. Igel (2005), The Hochstaufen project: Earthquake swarms triggered by intense rainfall?, in EGU, 2nd General Assembly 2005, Vienna, Austria, pp. EGU05–A–08617.

Abstract
Earthquake swarms are thought to result from the interaction of subsurface fluids and the earth's crust. Our seismo-meteorological monitoring network observed two rainfall-induced swarm earthquake sequences. We review the observations and present first results of cluster analysis using a cross-correlation technique and relocation of the seismicity within a 3D-velocity model with topography. A south dipping structures in Hochstaufen seismicity is interpreted as hydraulically mobilized sliding surfaces which fits well to the geological bedding.
BibTeX
@inproceedings{id630,
  author = {T. Kraft and J.  Wassermann and E. Schmedes and H. Igel},
  booktitle = {EGU, 2nd General Assembly 2005, Vienna, Austria},
  pages = {EGU05{--}A{--}08617},
  title = {{The Hochstaufen project: Earthquake swarms triggered by intense rainfall?}},
  year = {2005},
}
EndNote
%A Kraft, T.
%A Wassermann, J. 
%A Schmedes, E.
%A Igel, H.
%D 2005
%P EGU05–A–08617
%T The Hochstaufen project: Earthquake swarms triggered by intense rainfall?
%B EGU, 2nd General Assembly 2005, Vienna, Austria
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