Southern Spain has been a historically active seismic region of the Western mediterranean. In recent years however its seismicity has been very low and poorly recorded.
We propose to use the data recorded by the new seismic network installed by IGN of Madrid in order to study the seismicity, seismotectonics and crustal structure of Southern Spain. This network of 25 stations is numerically recorded in Madrid. Several events will be studied in order to determine fault plane solutions, Brune spectra, to model body and channelled waves in the crustal wave guide. The twining of four european Laboratories should put together researchers with different experiences in experimental and theoretical seismology, and in near-field data analysis.
Funding SchemeCSC - Cost-sharing contracts