Consistency of postglacial geodynamics for the Kattegat region, southern Scandinavia, based on seismological, geological and geodetic data
Keywords:Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Greenland, Germany
The earthquake map of Denmark is constantly being improved. Together with data from western Sweden and southern Norway it shows more and more convincingly a gradual, scattered earthquake activity across the Kattegat region from low activity in the Precambrian basement of Scandinavia to lack of earthquakes in south-western Denmark and northern Germany. The activity is only partly connected with mapped geological features.
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