Jurnal Internasional Deformasi tanah di celah Korintus, Yunani, diselidiki melalui sarana SAR multi-temporal interferometri – Elias – – Geokimia, Geofisika, Geosystems
The Gulf of Corinth, Greece, is a seismic region. Apart from the moderate earthquakes that often occur, additional geological phenomena, such as slow and sustainable soil transfer, are occurring. Both are induced by tectonic plate movements. In many cases, slow displacement is part of the seismic cycle that occurred before the earthquake.
The Central Greek Coast moves away from the northern Peloponnesian coast with a maximum speed of about 1.5 cm per year.
This study assessed soil displacement due to tectonic activity in the area. This information is important for evaluating seismic hazards and their impact on socio-economic activities in the region.
Continuous land transfers not related to large earthquakes in the period analyzed, localized in the cities of Patras, Rio, Aigion, but also in the surrounding area. In Mornos, near Patras and several other deltas, a decrease in no tectonic origin was detected.
Maintenance and expansion of soil tissue is very important for monitoring uninterrupted geological phenomena. country.