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|Corinth Riff Laboratory (CRLNET)
The Corinth Rift Laboratory Seismological Network - CL includes 46 stations combining seismic broad band and short period sensors, accelerometers, GNSS, strainmeters, and tiltmeters. The network has been installed since 2000 in the western part of the rift around the city of Aigion, and covers a 40 km × 40 km area. It is operated jointly with French, Greek and Czech academic research institutes. Most of the data are collected in near real-time to the acquisition center in Athens (NKUA). The data will progressively integrate the RESIF Information System: the data of several stations are already available, and those of all the stations will be integrated in a second stage. The RESIF Information System provides both real time and consolidated data. Archiving and distribution are carried out by the RESIF node at ISTerre (Grenoble, France). In a context of fast continental rift with continuous, high level of strain rate and seismic activity, all these data may be used to investigate fundamental issues of multi-scale earthquake and fault mechanics. They will provide clues for better understanding and modelling the rift opening, the role of fluids in the swarm activity, the spatio-temporal processes which couple seismic and aseismic activity on a complex, segmented fault system.
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