volume 25, issue 10, P1545-1548 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98gl01296
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Abstract: During the September–October 1989 eruption at Mt. Etna, structural (faults, folds, fractures) and seismological data (locations, focal mechanisms, shear wave splitting) on the opening of a 6.5km long NNW‐SSE fracture system were collected. The fracture system reflected the surface deformation associated to the emplacement of a blade‐like dyke at shallow depth. Seismic activity occurred only at the southern tip of the fracture system and at about 1–1.5km depth, i.e. at the interface between the less stiff clay…

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