Faults of the Bohemian Massif

Source of Analytical Data on Main Faults and Faulted Areas with Seismic Potential https://doi.org/10.48790/MWF4-SH44

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-This web reviews some main features of the most important faults in the Bohemian Massif and its close neighbourhood. It uses a structured database of active faults and related local observations made or compiled by the It will use a structured database of active faults and related local observations made or compiled by the **[[authors_and_credits#authors|editors]]** between 2019 and 2022 and occasionally updated with new contributions. The current map is incomplete (e.g. faults in Šumava, Eger rift, Giant Mountains are largely missing) and even the work on the main faults is still ongoing. +This web reviews some main features of the most important faults in the Bohemian Massif and its close neighbourhood. It uses a structured database of active faults and related local observations made or compiled by the It will use a structured database of active faults and related local observations made or compiled by the **[[authors_and_credits#authors|editors]]** between 2019 and 2022 and occasionally updated with new contributions. The current map is incomplete (e.g. faults in Šumava Mountains, Eger rift, Krkonoše Mountainsare largely missing) and even the work on the main faults is still ongoing. 
  
 The emphasis here is on those faults which were demonstrably active in Cenozoic and/or which are assumed to pose increased seismic hazard for the following thousands of years. For the sake of completeness, some other significant (or notorious) faults are added, beyond these criteria. The emphasis here is on those faults which were demonstrably active in Cenozoic and/or which are assumed to pose increased seismic hazard for the following thousands of years. For the sake of completeness, some other significant (or notorious) faults are added, beyond these criteria.
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