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Kouteva M, Panza G F, Paskaleva I, Romanelli F 2002: A parametric analysis of the seismic input in NE Bulgaria (Russe site) due to RECENT Vrancea Intermediate - Depth Earthquakes, 27th EGS Assembly, Nice Medvedev S V

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-Guentcheva M P, Paskaleva I P, Panza G F 2008: Strong Intermediate-Depth Vrancea Earthquakes: Damage Capacity in Bulgaria, submitted to the 14WCEE, Beijing China, Ref. 07-0050. Lew M 2008: Earthquake Setting of the

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Attenuation specific from Vrancea intermediate-depth focus toward SE is revised at length in order to re-evaluate the seismic hazard at the nuclear power plant (NPP) Cernavoda. To this aim, we took into consideration all the strong motion data available for the region and test a large range of relationship types. Since the instrumental data are limited as magnitude and  depth intervals, the extrapolation based on the attenuation laws deduced from these data to great magnitudes is very instable and must be carefully considered. The extrapolation outside the characteristic domain of the available database leads to large deviations, especially at large magnitudes and for the relations which contain the depth as independent parameter.

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The correlations between seismic activities and tidal periodicities are investigated at three seismic zones: Vrancea (Romania), Bucaramanga (Colombia) and Hindu Kush (Afganistan). The epicenter of earthquake nests distribution is characterized by intermediate-depth. In this paper, we study the influences of the principal lunar and solar semidiurnal tidal components M2 and S2 on seismic activities. The tidal phase is determined by HiCum stacking method according to the earthquake occurrence time and location. The stacking function could be shifted in time and space domain which provides the possibility to evaluate the seismic activities and tidal periodicities at both. The tidal phase distribution was tested by two independent methods Schuster and Permutation. The null hypothesis between seismic activities and selected tidal periodicities is rejected when the statistical p -values obtained by the two tests reach less than 5% level. As a result of the shift stacking function in time axis, a systematic temporal pattern related to the decrease of the p -values seems to be preceding occurrence of the larger earthquakes. A “tidal tomography” map is obtained when stacking function is shifted in 3D geometry following the epicenters distribution.

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Central European Geology
Authors: Tamás Madarász, Péter Szűcs, Balázs Kovács, László Lénárt, Zoltán Fejes, Andrea Kolencsik-Tóth, István Székely, László Kompár, and Imre Gombkötő

The Institute of Environmental Management at the University of Miskolc, as a major Hungarian research entity in groundwater management, is dedicated to finding solutions to regional issues of global sustainable water resource management challenges, thus further developing its scope of groundwater management competence. WELLaHEAD is an EU-funded fundamental research program coordinated by the faculty members of the institute, covering a broad spectrum of relevant groundwater related research topics based on Northern Hungarian test sites. The research concept is described in the detailed Research Plan of the project, and after 14 project months some of intermediate results can be presented from three research modules.

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and volcanological studies on Neogene intermediate formations of the NE foreland of the Bükk Mountains . – PhD thesis, University of Debrecen , Debrecen , 129 p. (in Hungarian

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. Pascale , M. Mattei , R. Mazza , M. Tallini 2012 : Intermediate field hydrogeological response induced by L’Aquila earthquake: the Acque Albule hydrothermal system (Central Italy) . — Italian Journal of Geosciences , 131 , pp. 475 – 485

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(150–200 °C) and intermediate pH conditions. In contrast to the western part, where only Triassic hydrothermal process caused argillic alteration, in the eastern part both the Triassic and Paleogene hydrothermal processes developed clay mineral

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New K/Ar ages and paleomagnetic data connected with volcano-tectonic observations detected three intermediate (andesitic) and three acidic (dacitic-rhyolitic) magmatic phases. Cserhát magmatic activity occurred between 21-12 Ma. The timing of the initial and final acidic and intermediate phases may be connected with the Mátra volcano situated to the east. During the Badenian (15-14 Ma) the volcano-tectonic evolution was relatively independent in the Cserhát Mts. The third acidic and intermediate volcanic phases, which developed in the Lower Sarmatian, show similar features as the final phases of the Mátra volcano. Based on the major and trace element geochemistry the acidic rocks result from partial melting of the lower crust. Most of the intermediate volcanic rocks were generated from a rather homogeneous fluid-modified source (lithospheric), as triggered by an important heat transfer event. Initial melts sometimes experienced mixing or contamination in the lower or upper crust. This was a period of strong extensive tectonics. The rock of the second and third intermediate phases suggests minor fractional crystallization in the intermediary magma chamber(s).

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prompt gamma activation analysis J. Radioanal. Nucl. Chem. 11 265 . Gyarmati , P. 1977 : Intermediate volcanism in the Tokaj

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