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Long-term induced seismicity on the Mosha fault by the Damavand Volcano, N-Iran, Implications for the seismic hazard of the Tehran metropolis
  • Seyyedmaalek Momeni,
  • Raul Madariaga
Seyyedmaalek Momeni
The Abdus Salam ICTP

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Raul Madariaga
Ecole Normale Superieure
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Seismic history of the Mosha fault, the most important active fault of Eastern Tehran metropolis, and its relation to the activity of Damavand Volcano, the highest mountain of the Middle-East, is investigated. Historical earthquakes cover the three segments of the Mosha fault by three 6.5