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Abstract

The Gulf of Corinth (Greece) is a continental rift, which has long been recognised as one of the most active region in<br>Europe. GPS measurements indicate an extensional rate of 1.5cm/year in the western part of the Gulf and the<br>historical seismicity is very high.

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