The March 2004 Kalamata seismic sequence: A case of efficient seismicity monitoring in the area of Peloponnese, southern Greece, by the Tripoli Seismic Array

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Abstract

On March 1, 2004, a moderate earthquake occurred in the vicinity of the town of Kalamata, southern Peloponnese, Greece. The Tripoli Seismic Array (TRISAR), located in the centre of Peloponnese, recorded the mainshock as well as the large number of aftershocks that followed. Only a small number of these events were located by regional seismographic networks. Analysis of the Kalamata seismic sequence and evaluation of the results is presented in this article, as an example of the efficiency of TRISAR in seismicity monitoring and location in the area of Peloponnese.

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