Research on the marginal sudetic fault activity with use of GPS and precise leveling techniques
Jan Kapłon , Stefan Cacoń
AbstractThis paper presents results of the research on tectonic activity of the marginal sudetic fault (MSF). Velocities of points obtained from processing GPS observations in the GEOSUD network and results of national precise leveling networks have been analysed. Results of 1996-2005 GPS measurements and results of measurements of selected points for the 2006-2007 period were taken considered. The velocities calculated by means of the Bernese GPS Software 5.0 were used to test hypothesis on present-day strike-slip movement activity of the marginal sudetic fault. The relationship between the calculated velocities and the length of projection onto the fault's line was studied. The second part contains analysis of relative vertical velocities of benchmarks, making up the 1st and the 2nd class national precise leveling lines crossing the fault line, to study its vertical activity. Velocities of horizontal and vertical changes of points on both sides of the fault were compared with models described in literature.
|Journal series||Acta Geodynamica et Geomaterialia, ISSN 1214-9705, e-ISSN 2336-4351, (A 20 pkt)|
|Keywords in English||GPS measurements, Marginal sudetic fault, Precise leveling, Tectonic activity|
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|Publication indicators||= 9; = 9; : 2009 = 0.471; : 2009 = 0.275 (2) - 2013=0.604 (5)|
|Citation count*||12 (2020-06-30)|
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