Seismicity of Germany

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Seismicity of Germany in the 20th century. Earthquakes occurring earlier than "time" and larger than "magnitude" are shown. The size of a point is proportional to the earthquake's magnitude. Also shown are some important seismotectonic regions. Move the mouse over the region to see its name.

Contributed by: Nicolas Kuehn and Frank Scherbaum (March 2011)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA



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