The CRL Near Fault Observatory

The Corinth Rift Laboratory (CRL-NFO; 21.35°E-22.5°E; 38°N-38.65°N) is centered between the cities of Patras (west) and Aigion (east). It is one of the most seismically active zones in Europe. Scientists and engineers are joining their efforts to investigate fault mechanics, its relationship with earthquakes, fluid flow and the related hazards in the Corinth rift.

Real time seismicity at the seismic station AIOA – See also AGEO AGRP ALIK MG00 PSAR ROD3 SERG and click here for more on real-time seismicity

 

Seismicity of the last 15 days

 

Weather

 

Interferograms (see also complete catalogue)

Last descending interferogram track 80 (~04:35 UT)

Last ascending interferogram track 175 (~16:31 UT)

Real time GNSS at Patras (see the CNES PPP Wizard)

 

Skyplot of residuals at the GNSS stations

GNSS time series

Velocities for the period 2017-2018 and focal mechanisms 2003-2018 (in black those of 2018)

Clickable map

Clickable map

Map

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