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The South-Western Alboran Earthquake Sequence of January-March 2016 and Its Associated Coulomb Stress Changes
Open Journal of Earthquake Research
We expose the results of the study of the south-western Alboran seismic sequence of January-March 2016 and the stress perturbations it caused by means of Coulomb modeling. The use of data from numerous stations allowed us to relocate the largest events (Mw ≥ 3.8) south of those determined by IGN (Spain). The main shock of 25 January 2016 (Mw = 6.3) was relocated at 35.6133˚N × 3.6888˚W, at a hypocentral depth of 15.5 ± 6.0 km. The epicenters are aligned along two distinct clusters: The firstdoi:10.4236/ojer.2017.61002 fatcat:3jcipnv2vbanjfhqoa7qfhmj44